When I open cursor from the command line, perhaps to open or create a new document, it reuses an instance that’s already there. This is almost always not what you want. The first instance of Cursor may have a workspace on a different virtual desktop or monitor. Meanwhile, I open a new document for a different scope of work and I wonder why Cursor isn’t opening, realising later that it’s opened on another instance elsewhere.
VS Code opens a new window by default, and uses the
-r command line flag to open on an already created instance.
I was wondering if we can have similar functionality with Cursor?