In Windows Explorer, files with special characters in filepath don't open when double-clicked
1) On Windows, open the native File Explorer (Windows Explorer)
2) Create a directory, named with at least one special character. E.g.: "♫ Demo"
3) In this new dir, create/save/put inside, a .mscz file
4) Open this file from the Windows Explorer (double-click, or select the file and press [Enter])
5) In Musescore you get an error message and the file don't open:
Can not read file E: \? Demo \ Test.mscz:
The file name, repertory or volume syntax is incorrect.
Note 1: the same issue happen if the filename have special/exotic chars.
Note 2: saving a file named with special chars, or inside a dir that have special chars doesn't cause any issues.
Note 3: this issue isn't reproducable with other type files, like .txt files, and with other apps like notepad, notepad++, etc. And .mscz files can still be opened by any text editor without issues.
Workaround: drag and drop the file on the MuseScore window to open correctly the file (without any issue).