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comment Opening a notebook from command line in an existing front end instance
Yes, the -sl flag does the trick. Another instance of Mathematica can still be launched by omitting the flag; opening notebooks afterwards with the -sl flag will still be bringing them up in the first instance
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answered Is there a way to separate variables between multiple notebooks?