I'm using Linux Mint MATE edition, in case that's relevant.
I don't know if this is Dropbox specific, but when i download a zip of a folder that was originally produced on a Mac (and that has lots of nested subfolders) from dropbox, and unzip it on my Linux machine, it's completely messed up: all folders have a duplicate with a downcased version of their name, and the subfiles appear in the duplicate instead of the original. If one of my Mac-owning colleagues unzips that same zip, then it's fine.
This is what i should get:
And this is what i actually get:
My guess is that this is somehow related to the fact that Macs are non-case-sensitive with file names, and thus there's some weird incompatibility between file system metadata, or something.
Does anyone know of a linuz unzip tool which replicates the behaviour of the Mac unzipper, or otherwise produces the correct result? I don't mind if it leaves the_MACOSX folder in there (i can just delete these), as long as the main folder is fine.