I'm not sure what you are trying to say with the DPI of your monitor. As long as your monitor is 1,280x800 or above which is the recommended setting then you should be fine. If your monitor does not support that upgrade.
As for your other problem I have not heard of this behavior before. Does this happen all the time? What OS?
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The Property Inspector and screen dpi issue refers to this FAQ
CS4 Property inspector fields truncated (Windows)
1280x800 min is one side of the equation. 96dpi is the other.
Actually, the DPI is not the problem. That refers to other threads concerning the Properties window. Sorry about that, I got on a rant as to how Adobe is not taking care of business.
Pick from the menu at the top of the page, "Insert". Then choose "Hyperlink ". A dialog box comes up where the third item down determines whether you want a window to display your hyperlink in the existing one; "_self", or a new window; "
_blank". There are two other choices. No matter what you do, you have to repeat your choice twice in order for your choice to stick or register.
My screen resolution is 1920 X 1080. I called Adobe months ago about the truncated Properties window and was told to change my dpi to 96 - Sorry, that's not even in the cards! The GD program needs to be rewritten to accomidate greater screen resolutions. It's a case of sloppy coding. That is waht worries me about Adobe, and their ownership of this program. Macromedia would have fixed the problem right away. Adobe has done nothing since they acquired DW and I fear for it's future success.