Are you kidding? Almost nobody creates websites that dynamically resize anymore (unfortunately) they are all designed for a fixed resolution, and usually a small one.
LL works just fine for me at 1024x768...
For a start, Michael's web programmer does, so no, I'm not kidding. Secondly, how do think it is that it fits in yours and doesn't fit in ours at 1024? Obviously it is resizing, just not on ours. But there is one part I do agree about, and that is that a lot of sites are designed to fit a smaller resolution, and that resolution is almost always 1024x768. If you choose to design at a bigger resolution than this, then you have a couple of choices: 1. Code properly (hard, I know, given the standards minefield out there) and dynamically resize your pages so your viewers can enjoy their time at your website; or 2. Say I don't give a stuff and come what may with that.
Having said all that, I am open to the possibility that there is something unique in our settings that is causing this, but I can't possibly think what it could be. I am using IE7,Firefox 188.8.131.52 and winxp(sp2). Maybe it is a video card issue, but I got a new one of them about 6 months ago, so I don't see why it would cause any problems.