I've changed my PATH variable to allow me to open files in sublime from the command line. The problem is, when I do this (in Windows 7) it creates a new instance of sublime in my taskbar.
For example, I may have a sublime window open already. If I open additional files/folders from the file menu, they stack on the current taskbar instance as they should. If I open a file from the command prompt, an entirely new sublime icon appears on my taskbar, with copies of all my current files open.
Has anybody run into this, or know how to fix it?