Snap-store dont display text


#1

I’m new to Lunix and would like getting help to solve a problem with the snap-store.
Texts are not being displayed …

$ snap version
    snap     2.39.3-3
    snapd    2.39.3-3
    series   16
    manjaro  -
    kernel   4.19.56-1-MANJARO

$ snap info core
    name:      core
    summary:   snapd runtime environment
    publisher: Canonical✓
    contact:   snaps@canonical.com
    license:   unset
    description: |
      The core runtime environment for snapd
    type:         core
    snap-id:      99T7MUlRhtI3U0QFgl5mXXESAiSwt776
    tracking:     stable
    refresh-date: today at 18:39 -03
    channels:
      stable:    16-2.39.3                    2019-06-27 (7270) 92MB -
      candidate: 16-2.39.3                    2019-06-25 (7270) 92MB -
      beta:      16-2.40~pre1                 2019-07-02 (7343) 92MB -
      edge:      16-2.40~pre1+git1391.d09d311 2019-07-09 (7371) 92MB -
    installed:   16-2.39.3                               (7270) 92MB core

I researched here in the forum, but I did not find a related topic.

Thanks in advance for the help!


#2

It looks like your system is missing a font. What localization are you using? Is it English, or something else?


#3

my system is configured to pt-BR


#4

It “sounds like” you are missing the language pack for that local. I am not familiar with Manjaro, so I am not entirely sure how to fix that specific issue. For example, there was an article for adding support to Ubuntu.

What I would do is check in with the Manjaro forums and see how to add pt-BR support. My gut feeling is that this is not a snap specific issue.


#5

I looked up the subject you suggested and found a page with information on how to properly set the display language.

https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Locale

But that still was not enough to solve the problem.
I’ll continue to use snap through the command line …

Anyway, thank you for all your help @bashfulrobot !!


#6

Is this the snap-store snap?


#7

Yes. I have installed It by command

$ sudo snap install snap-store


#8

Tagging @kenvandine and @robert.ancell so they are aware of this issue.


#9

Sorry I was not more help! I see a few additional responses here; so you are likely in good hands! :+1:


#10

@wrcall I asked @popey to try the snap-store on Manjaro and he said it looked fine for him. Can you please try some other snaps to see if you see something similar? Perhaps try the gnome-calculator snap and report if you see a similar issue.