Annoying MacOS permissions by default when analyzing .mscz contents
I am working on fixing a corrupted score (separate issue). When renaming my file from .mscz to .zip and extracting the .zip file, I am unable to edit or view the contents of resulting folder. I discovered that this is because the files have no read/write permission for any user. While I am able to change this with the MacOS Finder "Get Info" tools, it makes for a tedious process when having to repeat this when working on an issue.
I don't believe this is something that MacOS does by default when uncompressing .zip archives as I did not have this problem with other kinds of compressed files. Am I correct to conclude that this is something MuseScore is doing? Is there a reason for this behavior? If not, I would appreciate it if it were changed to enable easier debugging of corrupted scores.
Confirmed: security attributes are not "-rw-------" like in Mu3, but "----------", indeed pretty annoying
and a regression vs. Mu3