Yes i'm already using this.
For me, the workaround is to do multiple
rclone copy of the various folder from
shared with me folder. Can't dump the main folder directly. Need to segregate the various subfolders. ALSO, dont use any directory for the destination remote (X:).
Shared with me = drive:maxfolder --drive-shared-with-me
To do a copy,
rclone copy drive:maxfolder/1 X:
rclone copy drive:maxfolder/2 X:
rclone copy drive:maxfolder/3 X:
rclone copy drive:maxfolder/4 X:
and so on,
Afterwhich, manually transfer folders 1-4 from X: to the intended destination. This is the only way not to have duplicates.
It would help if rclone had a flag to grab ALL files ignoring the directory. Meaning "files in folders" flag, including nested subfolers. Don't know if it exists, but would be helpful if you shed a light on that. It will be messy but I could then easiy dump
rclone copy drive:maxfolder X: knowing only files are on X: