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This wiki is meant to allow sharing of information and tutorials regarding the Ultra Street Fighter 4 move set editing tool known as “Ono!Tool”
The best version of Ono and the one this wiki was written for can be found here:
While additional updates are not guaranteed the 12/6/2020 build is the most recent version. Some of the images used on the wiki are from previous versions of the mod tool.
If you wish to start modding it's recommended you utilize these modded files that fix numerous bugs in USF4 as the basis for your mod. It also features the dll file that will allow you to load mods.
The modding community for USF4 (as well as SFV:CE) can be found on discord https://discord.gg/T5raMgr
There are two main to actually playing mods.
The |USF4 Simple mod launcher is an easy to use mod manager. When using USF4 Simp you put the folder for your mod (E.G. ModXYZ) into the main folder of USF4 “SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Super Street Fighter IV - Arcade Edition.” The inside of the ModXYZ folder should contain all of the files from “patch_ae2_tu3” including the 'battle', 'movie' and 'ui' folders. For the modded character files you put them in “SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Super Street Fighter IV - Arcade Edition\ModXYZ\patch_ae2_tu3\battle\regulation\ae2_110” and “SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Super Street Fighter IV - Arcade Edition\ModXYZ\patch_ae2_tu3\battle\regulation\ae2_111” rather than splitting them between patch_ae2_tu2 & tu3 you simply put ae2_110 & ae2_111 into the 'patch_ae2_tu3\battle\regulation\' folder inside your mod.
Alternately you can get a modded cryptopp.dll and insert it into your root “SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\Super Street Fighter IV - Arcade Edition” folder. This will allow modded characters to load without the hassle of Remix Loader's limitations and possibly confusing instructions.