Usually those files get wrong permission when coming from the network, even when I copy them from it, but mostly through "file sharing". So, definitely not talking about Disk Utility repair here, please.
But regardless of how the file got wrong permission, I know of two bad ways to fix them. One is CMD+I and the other is
chmod. The command line isn't all bad but isn't practical either.
Some times it's just 1 file I need to repair, sometimes it's a bunch of them. By "repair" I mean 644 for files, 755 for folders, and current user:group for all of them.
Isn't there any app / script / automator out there to do that?