Windows Vista users - screen dpi settings
Some text items are being truncated in the interface, such as in the Preferences dialog, etc.
This is the direct result of the size of the default system prompt being set for Vista at 96dpi v. 120dpi. Setting at 96 does match the font to the real estate reserved for displaying text.
Setting at 120 makes the text items more readable on an Ultra-res screen, but also causes truncation and occasional overlapping.
When the screen dpi is set to 120 dpi, (which happens by default in the hotload for many UXGA laptops) many screen text items will be truncated / hard to read.