This happened to me before, but I don't remember how I got things working right.
It could be a locale issue (If you have glibc-utf8-locales installed, is GUIX_LOCPATH set? Maybe even try *unsetting* it if it is.)
Do you have any fonts installed via Guix? Maybe Guix doesn't honour system fonts properly.
Ok let's look at these
@MutoShack Unsetting GUIX_LOCPATH didn't change anything.
I have only one font installed via Guix with nototools package.
Man, that's all I got for now. Sorry.
@ me if your situation changes and I'll let you know if I can remember anything!
@MutoShack Haha thank you for your help anyway.
I will do it, it's not an option 💪
I've seen this before but I DON'T REMEMBER WHICH PACKAGE YOU SHOULD INSTALL
(sorry for capital letters, it just slipped)
look, there's this thread of mine (with a footage on youtube too)
I found the package ! I followed the link provided by @civodul in your thread, AbbieNormal, to the Guix documentation and I installed these three fonts : gs-fonts, font-dejavu, and font-gnu-freefont-ttf (dunno which is the one I do need...)
Emacs is shiny again.
Thank all of you very much for your help. ❤️
@jeko Guix should use stuff from Guix so installing some GTK themes and fonts should fix the issue with missing icons/glyphs.
Generally stuff on the intersection between Guix and non‑Guix is complicated and complex (aka desktop) apps are common offenders.
There are solutions to the issue but they have unpleasant trade‑offs.
Thank you for the clarification !
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