I'd like this:
When starting sublime, start with no tabs open. This can be done by setting both hot_exit and remember_open_files to false.
However, if both are false, and the window is a project window, then there's a problem. If I exit, then start sublime again, there are no files/tabs open (good). But, if I press ctrl+alt+p to switch to the last project I had open, then the window will turn into a project window, but the files I had open will be gone (bad).
So, basically, I'd like for switching to a project to remember the files/tabs that were open, but I'd like for sublime to always start with no files/tabs open. After starting with no files/tabs open, then I could hit ctrl+alt+p to switch to a project, and those files/tabs would be open.
EDIT: Is this what the OSX-only option create_window_at_startup is for? (I'm in Linux)