I can't try it here and now, but I would perform a GetMetadata, list all links for all the files and then perform a usual download changing the last character (the =0 by =1, so it forces the download).
By now I could just get the "whole" folder name. Let's see if Greg or another Dropboxer replies, but I did it this way:
//We obtain the filename on Dropbox to save it later
var taskDescargar = Task.Run(async () => await dropbox.Sharing.GetSharedLinkMetadataAsync(link));
var result = taskDescargar.Result;
string nombreArchivo = result.Name;
carpetaLocal = carpetaLocal + @"\" + nombreArchivo; //We assign the name
using (var wclient = new WebClient())
I'm actually getting the "FOTOS PANORAMA DESDE EL PUENTE.zip" file, which is basically the compressed folder.
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