0.98.9 python support is still dodgy, you need to have Python installed, I believe... a specific version, too.
I'd suggest waiting for the next stable version. It can't be that far now.
Yea - I read enough posts to figure that out eventually heh - I did actually have Python installed - i also found the workaround of dumping the Python.zip to the same directory as the target executable.
Also - for when it is fixed; is there a list of functions and the parameters they accept...? its lots of fun guessing MouseKeyboard.Clicked("Right") instead of Clicked(2) or some such. Additionally - is there an example of handling interrupts like On KeyDown and what not?