If you tinker in the Terminal (yeah I’m falling behind on weekly Unix tips, they’ll be back. Promise.) you may also be into Visor – from Blacktree – which we covered here. Apparently there is a bug in Visor that causes it to grow by a line (height-wise) each time Terminal is relaunched. I hadn’t actually recognized this issue until I read about the fix for it on MacOSXHints today. It’s little more than a command you enter into your Shell Startup file and execute when Visor gets too large. So I implemented the fix and it works great. So if Visor is growing out of control on you, now there’s a simple way to fix it.