I commonly use the CLI to add a folder to the sidebar of my active window: subl -a [path/to/folder]
In Sublime Text 3, using subl -a [path/to/folder] would add that folder to the sidebar of my active window (or create a new window if there is no active window).
Ever since upgrading to Sublime Text 4, I noticed that the same command will now instead focus a non-active window if the folder happens to already be opened. This makes it really difficult to open two windows with the same folders (or even a folder A and a folder B which exists within A).
Is there any way to retain the previous behavior? Thanks!