I’m an Adobe Brackets user but I’m interested in switching to Atom for nearly every reason but one – the lack of associating and opening/closing files associated to a Project. In Brackets you can Open Folder… (which is basically a Project). You then can open various files that show up in the pane above it called ‘Working Files’. After working on the Folder/Project, you can switch to another Project/Folder. All the files associated with that Folder exit and return once you choose that specific Folder again. With Atom, every file no matter what Project I’m working on stays in the top tabs. So if I’m working on three Projects and I have five files open from one Project, two from another Project, and 10 from the third, then I have 17 files open. This gets very confusing. Anyone know how to configure it like Brackets or does the UI just not work like this? If not, I’m sticking with Brackets for sanity purposes.