"directory not found", even though it exists

I’m using rclone to mount my onedrive account, I was using it normally until now that all of a sudden it stops recognizing folders with spaces in the name, for example:

$ rclone lsd onedrive000:'/Plex/'
          -1 2017-03-28 02:45:38         0 Animes
          -1 2017-03-28 03:29:27         0 Movies 2D
          -1 2017-03-28 03:29:33         0 Movies 3D
          -1 2017-03-28 02:45:50         0 TV Shows
$ rclone lsd onedrive000:'/Plex/Movies 2D/'
2017/03/28 16:55:01 directory not found
$ rclone lsd onedrive000:'/Plex/Movies 3D/'
2017/03/28 16:55:15 directory not found
$ rclone lsd onedrive000:'/Plex/TV Shows/'
2017/03/28 16:55:37 directory not found

The only directory I can see is the Animes that has no spaces:

$ rclone lsd onedrive000:'/Plex/Animes/'
          -1 2017-03-26 19:11:00        12 ***
          -1 2017-03-27 23:17:06        14 ***

The weird detail is that I was able to read these folders before with the same commands, what is happening?

I think I found the problem, my guess is that I was banned, I will wait some time and see if I can see the files again.

One weird detail, I can list all my files with the command:

But they don’t show up when mounting the folder with rclone mount command, this started to happen today 2 hours ago, before that everything was working properly, I don’t know what is happening.

I get the same (I created Oddity with one drive and spaces in folder names before I saw your post). Timing is the same too - it just stopped working sometime yesterday.

I don’t think its banned you, as it still works perfectly well with folders than don’t have spaces. Good to see its not just me having the issue, but I guess it must be a change on the OneDrive server end causing it.

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