When I am in a VS Code workspace and I want to switch to another folder, in the terminal window I can type:
code -r .
-r option reuses a current instance of VS Code for the new workspace. This is convenient so I don’t have to close the old one down manually.
Trying the same technique in Cursor with
cursor -r . causes a hang where I have an empty window. I am forced to kill the process as even the close icon doesn’t work. This is the Linux version of Cursor.