Thanks. The log isn't showing a problem, so I'll have to roll up my sleeves and look into it. FYI - EverApp will have a trouble with apps that work like this...
1) Launch executable (which is really just a helper process)
2) Helper checks for presence of the actual Worker process. If it exists, it raises the Worker processes' window. If it doesn't exist, it launches Worker process (and raises its window).
3) Helper process then dies.
In this case under EverApp, the Worker process is detected by the Helper, but since we've rejiggered the Worker processes' window in a pretty significant way, the Helper process can't raise the window. This may or may not be what's happening with FingerPoint. I'll try to dope it out. Thanks.
From what it says it can't protect FingerPoint because there's no Main Window.
The No Main Window just indicates that the process it's protecting doesn't (yet) have a main window, usually because it's still starting up.