I’m writing here because I have a strange permission problem with the Syncthing Snap.
Syncthing is a p2p file synchronisation program, I use it to sync documents, photo and fonts across all my devices.
On my new laptop, I recently installed it under Ubuntu Gnome 17.04 who is providing Syncthing as a Snap Package.
As I described the problem in details here : https://forum.syncthing.net/t/cant-share-a-hidden-folder/9830/5
Somehow, Syncthing seems to not have access to hidden folders within my home folder. In this case, it claims not having the permission to acess ~/.fonts although this folder have the same permission as other synced folders.
Could this be a limitation due to the Snap Sandbox? If so, is there a way to fix this permission problem?