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Any way to keep sublime text in background


I’m used to close the whole window when I finish editing a file, it will cause sublime text exit, and seems next time sublime text start, all plugins and LSP have to reload (and there is also a small period that I cannot use settings/some plugin commands)

Maybe a sublime text process can run in the background to feed a foreground “client” (like emacs --daemon), or maybe I can simply change a setting to hide sublime text to tray (rather than close it) when I hit the close button?



There is not a way to do that other than to use the minimize button instead of the close button on the window, no.