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.
I don't mean to bump up an older post, however I am having this same problem. I assume this is a problem with the exe just opening a new one instead of looking for an already open one. Is there a simple fix to this?