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I managed to restore the folder using the SpiderOak command line client. SpiderOak --tree-changelog gives a list of all added, moved and deleted files and folders, including a unique ID (4-digit number in my case) for these operations. I then used SpiderOak --restore=$uniqueID --verbose and the folder got downloaded to the directory I had previously ...
If you already have a directory named "figs" and perform a mv fig figs the "fig" directory will be placed (with all its contents) inside the "figs" directory (so you see the "figs" directory; i.e. the one that was allready existing before). (The renaming that you expect would take place if there is no file named "figs" already.) - This is what I suspect had ...
Making it an answer as suggested find / -name "home_f_dump"
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