Hello people of the temp, the first functional smash 4 moveset editor. With it you can view and edit fighter, weapon, and item scripts. Usable Features Basic code completion Features a Multi-tabbed text editor. Basic Syntax highlighting. Supports parsing animation files to retrieve script names. Expandable event dictionary (Events.cfg in startup directory) Customizable event syntax keywords and descriptions. (Events.cfg) Supports opening full characters or single files individually. Marking of changed actions in the tree view. Exporting event lists as plaintext. Tooltips when hovering over commands. Exporting full character dumps as .txt. IDE features like Projects and "Workspaces". Planned Updates Realtime error checking of the code box. Adding new event lists to files. Creating entirely new ACMD files. Creating entirely new MTable files. Source Code: https://github.com/Sammi-Husky/Sm4sh-Tools Downloads: Stable Build - Latest official release. More stable, but missing latest developements. Nightly Build - Built from latest commit to master branch. Includes latest features, but less stable. Screenshot FAQ How do i use this? What files do i open? You can either open individual fighter files (File->Open->file..) or you can open the full fighter folder at once. Just browse to the folder containing the character's AnimCmd files. (File->Open->Fighter..). The fighter files consist of the effect, expression, gfx, and sfx .bin files as well as the motion.mtable. All i see is a bunch of numbers! How do i know what scripts belong to what animations? View->Parse Animations. Browse to the characters animation directory. For the 3ds, this is the motion/fighter/[fighter name]/. On wiiu, it is fighter/[fighter name]/motion. Where do i get these files? I extracted the game, but all i have are two large files called dt and ls. Those are the archives that the game stores all of it's files in. Unfortunately, we have to extract this in order to edit any files. Download and use the DTLSExtractor from this thread. What about updates? how do i unpack those? Help! To unpack update files, simply use the DTLSExtractor from command line with the resource file as the only parameter. This will place update files in the "data" folder matching the resource file's name.