Different default permission schemes for Software Projects?

We're on Cloud.

When I create a "Software" Project, the permission scheme defaults to one called "Default software scheme".

When I create a "Business" Project, the permission scheme defaults to the real default permission scheme  (schemeID = 0).

Is this how it is supposed to work?   How does it know which is the default scheme for Software Projects?   I was a little surprised at the capitalization of "Default software scheme" and assumed someone at our company had created that.   Or maybe someone at our company renamed it?

I couldn't find any documentation about different default permission schemes based on the type of project created.

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I also noticed this. We had a default permission schema set up but now, new software projects get the "Default permission schema". Very annoying. Is there a way to configure this?

I agree it's very annoying thing. I mastered Default permission scheme which meets our needs and than - boom - projects created with Software type use different scheme Default software scheme.

I have the same problem. Is there a solution/setting for this?

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