I want to use the Image Processor script to resize images and I want to create a Droplet tied to the Action to automate this process. The problem is after I record my action and then run it through the Batch > Automate menu or create a droplet connected to the Action it opens the Image Processor window and I need to click Run to start the process. Is there a way to have this Run automatically without having to click the Run button?
Another question is when I set up my automated routine I am selecting my clipping path to remove the image from the white background and place it on a grey background. If an image does not have a clipping path it stops the process. Is there a way to suppress this so it moves onto the next image in the sequence?
You're getting the hierarchy upside down. Image Processor is a batch operation to run actions - it's not intended to be part of an action.
Image Processor is basically the same function as Batch, it just has some standard operations built in so you don't need to include them specifically in the action.
To resize in the action, use File > Automate > Fit Image.