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Posted · Squares in custom g-code box

I almost spent two days now figuring this out, but i don't know how to fix it.
The problem is i see squares instead of text in the custom g-code box. I run Cura 3.6 under ubuntu 16.4 with xfce window manager. 
If i start cura with admin rights i can see the text just fine.

Any ideas?

 

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Posted · Squares in custom g-code box

oh, wow. I've never seen it do that before (which is one of those things you never want to hear from any engineer I guess).

Could you share your logs? I don't think there is going to be anything in there that is usefull in there, but it's worth a shot.

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Posted · Squares in custom g-code box

It is a font (configuration) issue. The gcode boxes (try to) use the system-defined non-proportional font.

 

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Posted · Squares in custom g-code box

here they are. The cura.log is just a copy of both stderr and stdout, i guess.

What i forget to mention is that i tried to see the file accesses of both the user and root program run. But i couldnt find something promising with lsof so far.
I also tried strace which didn't work because it makes cura freeze. But i'm not experienced with strace so i don't know if you could give some valuable information. 

stdout.log

cura(shortened).log

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Posted · Squares in custom g-code box

Well, that shows that my memory is rubish.

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Posted · Squares in custom g-code box

Finally, its solved! Thanks guys. This has shown the way and has lead me to 
http://perlstalker.vuser.org/blog/2011/12/19/setting-default-monospace-font-xfce/
 

My Problem was somehow in the $HOME/.fonts folder. There were some monospace fonts (.ttf and .otf) of some older Powerline installation. I just got rid of the folder and now the squares in the GCode section are gone!
Powerline seems to work as before.

 

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