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Visor (made by Blacktree) is not a regular application, but it seems to be a plugin for in Mac OS X. How do I uninstall such things?

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Very nice program by the way. – Josh K Feb 13 '10 at 15:47
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I'd try removing the Visor.bundle from ~/Library/Application Support/SIMBL/Plugins. If that isn't enough (it wasn't for me), also remove from /Library/Application Support/SIMBL/Plugins.

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I also have the same problem (except I use BinaryAge's version of Visor). Deleting the Visor plugin from ~/Library/Application Support/SIMBL/Plugins removed the Visor tab in the Preferences but I think there is some plist file somewhere that saves preferences. The consequence of that (in my case at least) is that I can't resize the first terminal window that opens because it get re-resized automatically (weird) but if I open new terminal windows and close the first one everything works fine.

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just uninstall SIMBL, automatically delete the visor...

start your terminal, go to preferences

under startup, set window to basic

restart ur terminal, and get the normal back

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