I generally want to start a new instance of sublime (I'm using sublimetext2) when I run it from the commandline.
1) Is there a way to make sublime_text -n default behavior? The global.sublime-settings key "open_files_in_new_window" seems to have no affect.
2) What'd be really desirable is to make sublime -n the behavior if there is no sublime instance in the current virtual desktop; otherwise use sublime_text -a. Anyway to pull this off?
3) When I use sublime_text -n file, the window opens correctly, but is not given focus. I'd expect the new instance to have focus; any way to change make sublime_text behave this way?
I'm on Kubuntu 10.10