In Gedit, if you have multiple Gedit windows open, and then open a file, Gedit chooses to open it in the most recently active window. I like this behaviour, i think it's intuitive.
In Geany, which i otherwise prefer to Gedit, the rule for which instance to use seems to be "the oldest one". What's worse, if that instance is open on another desktop, it moves that instance into your current desktop as well. This effectively makes it impossible to work with multiple Geany windows, which is really annoying.
Does anyone know of a way i can make Geany open files in the most recently active (ie "looked at") instance of Geany? I'm using the most up to date version (0.21).