I’m using the kde-neon extension in a snap (ksnip).
It works, but the file-chooser being used converts the home folder to /run/user/1000.
I assume this is something to do with the portal, but the snap has the home permission.
The path selected in the file-chooser is a script (that runs confined in the same snap environment).
If I set the path manually with /home/… the script runs properly, but not if it is /run/user/1000/…
Could this be a problem related to the permissions set by the portal?
Is there an option to tell the portal to allow execute permissions to the loaded files?
Or is it possible instead to tell the file-chooser to have direct access to the home folder, as is intended with the snap permission?