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while trying to add a unicode font, I am getting the half of the font, like in line 239 and 240 in the screenshot:enter image description here

I have, in my vimrc:

set history=700                      "  How many line Vim should remember
set nocompatible                     "  because vim is not vi
"set autowrite                       "  write on shell commands
"set autoread                        "  read on change outside vim
set clipboard+=unnamed               "  Yanks go on clipboard instead.
set ignorecase                       "  Searching ignore case, be smart, highlight match
set smartcase
set hlsearch
set incsearch
set foldmethod=marker
set magic                            "  For regular expressions turn magic on
set whichwrap+=<,>,h,l
set spell spl=en_us                  "  Set Spell
set spell
set omnifunc=syntaxcomplete#Complete
set updatetime=300
set tags=tags;/
syntax enable
" let mapleader=","
"}}}

"Formatting {{{
set formatoptions+=o                 "  Automatically insert the current comment leader after hitting 'o' or 'O' in Normal mode.
set formatoptions-=r                 "  Do not automatically insert a comment leader after an enter
set tabstop=2                        "  Tabs width
set shiftwidth=2                     "  Default shift width for indents
set softtabstop=2
set expandtab                        "  but tabs are actually space
set hidden
set autoindent                       "  Indent smartly
set smartindent
set backspace=eol,start,indent       "  Configure backspace so it acts as it should act
set encoding=utf8
colorscheme vimgnome
if has('gui_running')
  if has('gui_gtk3')
    set textwidth=99
    set colorcolumn=100
    set lines=55 columns=155
    set guioptions-=a
    set guioptions-=T
    set guioptions-=e
    set t_Co=256
    set guitablabel=%M\ %t
    " set guifont=Source\ Code\ Pro\ 10
    set guifont=SauceCodePro\ Nerd\ Font
    " set guifont=inconsolata\ Nerd\ Font 12
  endif
endif

What is going wrong here?

This is how it actually appears in signcolumn:enter image description here

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  • Looks like they are italic. I guess that italic styling is being applied to a non-italic font which pushes those chars outside of the allowed width...? Do they render correctly when non-italic? – B Layer May 31 at 6:29
  • Not really, I have the same problem with default ale error sign (the exclamation under triangle) – BaRud May 31 at 7:32
  • @BLayer: I understand your point, but that is not the case. I have uploaded another screenshot with how it is actually rendered in ale_error sign in signcolumn. kindly have a look. – BaRud May 31 at 7:45
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    @BaRud I don't think so. Other than using chars with "proper" width. Or patching gvim maybe – Maxim Kim May 31 at 8:18
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    Solved. Using the source code Mono patched font. – BaRud May 31 at 9:53

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