I've filled this bug in the KDE (https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=307307) but they say to fill it upstream.
When I mount NTFS usb external drive with the KDE device notifier applet, the file system is mounted as a case sensitive one creating issues when the same hard disk is used in a Windows environment (the only reason I can see to use an NTFS partition is to share data between Linux and Windows).
The applet should mount NTFS via lowntfs -o windows_names -o ignore_case by default or, at least, leave the user the option to select if mounting NTFS as case sensitive or case insensitive system.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Attach an NTFS usb drive
2. Mount it with the device manager applet
3. Go to the mount folder and create two directories named test and Test respectively
Both directory are created
The second directory should not be created because, if system is case insensitive, as it is supposed to be in Windows, the directory whit the same name already exists.