Ok but strange you mark this as solution. The solution to your post was answered by @joekamprad, maybe useful for future users to know which awesome package had to be installed (and removed) to fix the issue I guess.
Also what created the problem in the first place? Was it the AUR packages that installed other awesome fonts as dependencies? Would be good to check.
But glad you figured things out
I think you’re right! Now I marked his answer as the solution. And about the problem, it wasn’t caused by any AUR package, i just mistyped
FontAwesome 6 in my config. And I removed
awesome-terminal-fonts already provides icons from FontAwesome that I needed.
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