yking wrote:If I run my eValid copy as a "service" then what happens when the script needs to have a desktop into which to send an absolute click event?
When running as a service depending on the setups you may or may not actually have a "screen" which can accept a mouse-click (absolute mouse click) from an eValid playback.
In this case, that is, given there is no screen associated with the process that can read the click, then eValid is left in the state of waiting for a click that, because of the setup, never arrives. eValid isn't dead; it just can't get the right input. Eventually, one of the build-in playback time limits will kick in and eValid will issue an ERROR and quit.