If your computer doesn't meet the requirements for monitor size, then you won't be able to click very important buttons at the bottom of some dialog boxes. This is not a minor requirement that you can ignore.
Thank you very much for the responses. I did see that other post John, but it did not answer all my questions.
Todd, as mentioned above, I am running Premiere Pro CS4 on my 14 inch HP laptop (1280x800). Adobe's minimum system requirements for Premiere CS4 is also 1280x900. I have NEVER had any problems using CS4 on my laptop (other than it being a little slow). I have never seen a dialog box too large for my screen. Can you specify which dialog boxes require the 900 pixel height?
I will likly be using an external monitor at home but I want to be able to do some cutting on the road.
I know that MANY of the Premiere users on the Adobe forums are either professionals or simply have enough money to afford very high end systems. This is not the case for me. I accept that there are trade-offs for using a lower end system and I am ok with that.
Thank you again for the help.
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> Can you specify which dialog boxes require the 900 pixel height?
I don't recall all of them, but I noticed this problem most recently when using RED sources and using the source settings dialog box.
The problem comes up with a lot of plug-ins that use modal dialog boxes, too.