Zsh is a popular UNIX shell used by many Linux and macOS users around the globe. It's even more powerful when you use it with a configuration framework like Oh my zsh and a fantastic template like Powerline10k. So, we set up our new shiny shell, everything works great in our terminal. Time to write some code. We run Visual Studio Code, open a built-in terminal and... something is not right. What happened to our beautiful template? Where are our sexy icons?
The solutions for that is simple, try to follow the steps below:
- Download the latest version of Hack Nerd Font, for example from here. Choose the file with
- Extract it from the archive.
- Move all
~/.local/share/fonts/if you don't want to use them globally).
- Open Visual Studio Code settings and find
Terminal › Integrated: Font Familyattribute from
Hack Nerd Font.
- You can also change it directly in
settings.jsonfile (look for it in
.config/Code/Userdirectory). The property you are looking for is
- Restart Visual Studio Code.
- Enjoy your new terminal font, which should now look correctly!
Ps. It will work the same way for macOS users, but the font installation process is a little different.