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Make it easier to reset Visor's window height
Authored by: Red Phoenix on Feb 16, '07 02:58:28PM

Actually, I've found the following steps to be the easiest:
1. Make Terminal.app active (we want its menu)
2. Bring down Visor (I believe Option-` is the default. At least, it's what I have).
3. Click on the Visor, to make sure it's the active window.
4. Go to the Terminal > Window Settings... menu item.
5. Picking the Window inspector, set the number of rows you want (15 is what I use; to match this hint it looks like you would use 20).

It's admitably more steps than typing a command in the terminal, but to me at least feels more straightforward.

The biggest issue with this is that you can only do it once per run of Terminal.app. Whenever I try it twice, I cannot get the Window Settings panel to focus on the Visor. Of course, I've only ever needed to do it multiple times in order remember what the steps were so I could write this down.



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