Actually, there seem to be some general window and dialog sizing issues in 2010 (e.g. 15). I've got a laptop with a 1440x900 native LCD resolution, not particularly tiny, but the settings dialog refuses to fit in the default dialog window (and provides no scroll bars either). Auto-sizing is good, but designing dialogs that _require_ vertical resolutions larger than 768 to display seems a bit ill-considered, you're effectively excluding most laptops.
This is with Fedora 10, Thinkpad T61, etc. Nothing I do gets the Settings dialog bottom buttons visible, which effectively renders Slickedit useless on this machine. I've noticed similar situations where Settings requires more space than available on Windows (Win7, on a 1900x1200 display!!) which leads me to think there's something wrong with how Settings is determining what size of layout it should be using.
Tell me what further information is needed, and I'll be happy to provide it. This is with release 126.96.36.199 and I've applied the latest hotfix available as of today. Any help appreciated at this point, I'm almost ready to delete 15 and reinstall 14 at this point, as at least 14 didn't make 900 vertical res displays feel "cramped".