I’m looking for a way to open an empty instance of Atom, a new window with just
a single “untitled” file I can edit.
When I open Atom right now, it always loads the previously opened folder and files
and I have to issue “new window” to get what I want.
Is there perhaps a command which can do this from the command line, like
atom --empty or
atom --new? I tested those at least, they do not work.
PS: What I want is essentially a notepad, where I can quickly type some text
to maybe copy somewhere and then throw away, that’s why I don’t want to load
my previously opened files. Another great feature would be a notepad mode
just like that, like
atom --note, which opens an empty instance, but next time
you open Atom normally, it would still load your folders from the previous normal
I am on Elementary OS.