First I'd like to say it's so exciting playing around with Project Tiny. I was so happy when I saw the email in my inbox this morning! To my question: I've run through the YouTube playlist, following along and preparing the spacey-shootery game. I discovered when you press the Play button files are created in the project folders with the path of "[ProjectPath]/TinyExport/[Group Name]/html5/development/[The Files!]". In the development folder there's a /bin/ folder and in that an index.html. Double-clicking that file, I assume, should run the "built?" project in a browser. It doesn't - instead, a blank page welcomes me. Opening the file in my handy dandy notebook (ie Notepad) showed me the path (to what I am guessing is the main code) written as "/~project/TinyExport/SimpleInput/html5/development/ScriptAssemblies/tsc-emit.js". Changing that line to a path including "C:/[AddressOfTActualFolder]/TinyExport/SimpleInput/html5/development/ScriptAssemblies/tsc-emit.js" makes it run perfectly. I'm sure this is something that will be fixed soon (as Project Tiny has just been released this morning!), but I also would like to know if it's something I've done wrong in my build process, or if it's out of my hands and I'll have to edit my index.html file with each build for now. Thanks!