What's going on with zsh?

There used to be a manjaro icon in zsh, now it’s changed to an arrow. Just noticed. I didn’t update anything manually

That looks like the basic prompt.
Maybe check your .zshrc and/or the accompanying packages;
Namely manjaro-zsh-config and its depends;

zsh-autosuggestions  zsh-syntax-highlighting  zsh-completions  zsh-history-substring-search  zsh  ttf-meslo-nerd-font-powerlevel10k  zsh-theme-powerlevel10k

Reinstalled those packages . didn’t help.

# Use powerline
# Source manjaro-zsh-configuration
if [[ -e /usr/share/zsh/manjaro-zsh-config ]]; then
  source /usr/share/zsh/manjaro-zsh-config
# Use manjaro zsh prompt
if [[ -e /usr/share/zsh/manjaro-zsh-prompt ]]; then
  source /usr/share/zsh/manjaro-zsh-prompt

export PATH="/home/alexbespik/.assemblyai-cli:$PATH"

That looks like the one from the openbox profile?

What happens if you

source ~/.zshrc


() {
  emulate -L zsh

  source /usr/share/zsh-theme-powerlevel10k/powerlevel10k.zsh-theme
  source /usr/share/zsh/plugins/zsh-autosuggestions/zsh-autosuggestions.zsh

  # Determine terminal capabilities.
    if ! zmodload zsh/langinfo zsh/terminfo ||
       [[ $langinfo[CODESET] != (utf|UTF)(-|)8 || $TERM == (dumb|linux) ]] ||
       (( terminfo[colors] < 256 )); then
      # Don't use the powerline config. It won't work on this terminal.
      local USE_POWERLINE=false
      # Define alias `x` if our parent process is `login`.
      local parent
      if { parent=$(</proc/$PPID/comm) } && [[ ${parent:t} == login ]]; then
        alias x='startx ~/.xinitrc'
  } 2>/dev/null

  if [[ $USE_POWERLINE == false ]]; then
    # Use 8 colors and ASCII.
    source /usr/share/zsh/p10k-portable.zsh
    # Use 256 colors and UNICODE.
    source /usr/share/zsh/p10k.zsh

manjaro-zsh-config →

## Options section
setopt correct                                                  # Auto correct mistakes
setopt extendedglob                                             # Extended globbing. Allows using regular expressions with *
setopt nocaseglob                                               # Case insensitive globbing
setopt rcexpandparam                                            # Array expension with parameters
setopt nocheckjobs                                              # Don't warn about running processes when exiting
setopt numericglobsort                                          # Sort filenames numerically when it makes sense
setopt nobeep                                                   # No beep
setopt appendhistory                                            # Immediately append history instead of overwriting
setopt histignorealldups                                        # If a new command is a duplicate, remove the older one
setopt autocd                                                   # if only directory path is entered, cd there.
setopt inc_append_history                                       # save commands are added to the history immediately, otherwise only when shell exits.
setopt histignorespace                                          # Don't save commands that start with space

zstyle ':completion:*' matcher-list 'm:{[:lower:][:upper:]}={[:upper:][:lower:]}' # Case insensitive tab completion
zstyle ':completion:*' list-colors "${(s.:.)LS_COLORS}"         # Colored completion (different colors for dirs/files/etc)
zstyle ':completion:*' rehash true                              # automatically find new executables in path 
zstyle ':completion:*' menu select                              # Highlight menu selection
# Speed up completions
zstyle ':completion:*' accept-exact '*(N)'
zstyle ':completion:*' use-cache on
zstyle ':completion:*' cache-path ~/.zsh/cache
#export EDITOR=/usr/bin/nano
#export VISUAL=/usr/bin/nano
WORDCHARS=${WORDCHARS//\/[&.;]}                                 # Don't consider certain characters part of the word

## Keybindings section
bindkey -e
bindkey '^[[7~' beginning-of-line                               # Home key
bindkey '^[[H' beginning-of-line                                # Home key
if [[ "${terminfo[khome]}" != "" ]]; then
  bindkey "${terminfo[khome]}" beginning-of-line                # [Home] - Go to beginning of line
bindkey '^[[8~' end-of-line                                     # End key
bindkey '^[[F' end-of-line                                     # End key
if [[ "${terminfo[kend]}" != "" ]]; then
  bindkey "${terminfo[kend]}" end-of-line                       # [End] - Go to end of line
bindkey '^[[2~' overwrite-mode                                  # Insert key
bindkey '^[[3~' delete-char                                     # Delete key
bindkey '^[[C'  forward-char                                    # Right key
bindkey '^[[D'  backward-char                                   # Left key
bindkey '^[[5~' history-beginning-search-backward               # Page up key
bindkey '^[[6~' history-beginning-search-forward                # Page down key

# Navigate words with ctrl+arrow keys
bindkey '^[Oc' forward-word                                     #
bindkey '^[Od' backward-word                                    #
bindkey '^[[1;5D' backward-word                                 #
bindkey '^[[1;5C' forward-word                                  #
bindkey '^H' backward-kill-word                                 # delete previous word with ctrl+backspace
bindkey '^[[Z' undo                                             # Shift+tab undo last action

## Alias section
alias cp="cp -i"                                                # Confirm before overwriting something
alias df='df -h'                                                # Human-readable sizes
alias free='free -m'                                            # Show sizes in MB
alias gitu='git add . && git commit && git push'

# Theming section  
autoload -U compinit colors zcalc
compinit -d

# Color man pages
export LESS_TERMCAP_mb=$'\E[01;32m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_md=$'\E[01;32m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_me=$'\E[0m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_se=$'\E[0m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_so=$'\E[01;47;34m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_ue=$'\E[0m'
export LESS_TERMCAP_us=$'\E[01;36m'
export LESS=-R

## Plugins section: Enable fish style features
# Use syntax highlighting
source /usr/share/zsh/plugins/zsh-syntax-highlighting/zsh-syntax-highlighting.zsh
# Use history substring search
source /usr/share/zsh/plugins/zsh-history-substring-search/zsh-history-substring-search.zsh
# bind UP and DOWN arrow keys to history substring search
zmodload zsh/terminfo
bindkey "$terminfo[kcuu1]" history-substring-search-up
bindkey "$terminfo[kcud1]" history-substring-search-down
bindkey '^[[A' history-substring-search-up			
bindkey '^[[B' history-substring-search-down

# Set terminal window and tab/icon title
# usage: title short_tab_title [long_window_title]
# See: http://www.faqs.org/docs/Linux-mini/Xterm-Title.html#ss3.1
# Fully supports screen and probably most modern xterm and rxvt
# (In screen, only short_tab_title is used)
function title {
  emulate -L zsh
  setopt prompt_subst

  [[ "$EMACS" == *term* ]] && return

  # if $2 is unset use $1 as default
  # if it is set and empty, leave it as is
  : ${2=$1}

  case "$TERM" in
      print -Pn "\e]2;${2:q}\a" # set window name
      print -Pn "\e]1;${1:q}\a" # set tab name
      print -Pn "\ek${1:q}\e\\" # set screen hardstatus
    # Try to use terminfo to set the title
    # If the feature is available set title
    if [[ -n "$terminfo[fsl]" ]] && [[ -n "$terminfo[tsl]" ]]; then
      echoti tsl
      print -Pn "$1"
      echoti fsl

ZSH_THEME_TERM_TAB_TITLE_IDLE="%15<..<%~%<<" #15 char left truncated PWD

# Runs before showing the prompt
function mzc_termsupport_precmd {
  [[ "${DISABLE_AUTO_TITLE:-}" == true ]] && return

# Runs before executing the command
function mzc_termsupport_preexec {
  [[ "${DISABLE_AUTO_TITLE:-}" == true ]] && return

  emulate -L zsh

  # split command into array of arguments
  local -a cmdargs
  # if running fg, extract the command from the job description
  if [[ "${cmdargs[1]}" = fg ]]; then
    # get the job id from the first argument passed to the fg command
    local job_id jobspec="${cmdargs[2]#%}"
    # logic based on jobs arguments:
    # http://zsh.sourceforge.net/Doc/Release/Jobs-_0026-Signals.html#Jobs
    # https://www.zsh.org/mla/users/2007/msg00704.html
    case "$jobspec" in
      <->) # %number argument:
        # use the same <number> passed as an argument
        job_id=${jobspec} ;;
      ""|%|+) # empty, %% or %+ argument:
        # use the current job, which appears with a + in $jobstates:
        # suspended:+:5071=suspended (tty output)
        job_id=${(k)jobstates[(r)*:+:*]} ;;
      -) # %- argument:
        # use the previous job, which appears with a - in $jobstates:
        # suspended:-:6493=suspended (signal)
        job_id=${(k)jobstates[(r)*:-:*]} ;;
      [?]*) # %?string argument:
        # use $jobtexts to match for a job whose command *contains* <string>
        job_id=${(k)jobtexts[(r)*${(Q)jobspec}*]} ;;
      *) # %string argument:
        # use $jobtexts to match for a job whose command *starts with* <string>
        job_id=${(k)jobtexts[(r)${(Q)jobspec}*]} ;;

    # override preexec function arguments with job command
    if [[ -n "${jobtexts[$job_id]}" ]]; then

  # cmd name only, or if this is sudo or ssh, the next cmd
  local CMD=${1[(wr)^(*=*|sudo|ssh|mosh|rake|-*)]:gs/%/%%}
  local LINE="${2:gs/%/%%}"

  title '$CMD' '%100>...>$LINE%<<'

autoload -U add-zsh-hook
add-zsh-hook precmd mzc_termsupport_precmd
add-zsh-hook preexec mzc_termsupport_preexec

# Required for $langinfo
zmodload zsh/langinfo

# URL-encode a string
# Encodes a string using RFC 2396 URL-encoding (%-escaped).
# See: https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2396.txt
# By default, reserved characters and unreserved "mark" characters are
# not escaped by this function. This allows the common usage of passing
# an entire URL in, and encoding just special characters in it, with
# the expectation that reserved and mark characters are used appropriately.
# The -r and -m options turn on escaping of the reserved and mark characters,
# respectively, which allows arbitrary strings to be fully escaped for
# embedding inside URLs, where reserved characters might be misinterpreted.
# Prints the encoded string on stdout.
# Returns nonzero if encoding failed.
# Usage:
#  zsh_urlencode [-r] [-m] [-P] <string> [<string> ...]
#    -r causes reserved characters (;/?:@&=+$,) to be escaped
#    -m causes "mark" characters (_.!~*''()-) to be escaped
#    -P causes spaces to be encoded as '%20' instead of '+'
function zsh_urlencode() {
  emulate -L zsh
  local -a opts
  zparseopts -D -E -a opts r m P

  local in_str="$@"
  local url_str=""
  local spaces_as_plus
  if [[ -z $opts[(r)-P] ]]; then spaces_as_plus=1; fi
  local str="$in_str"

  # URLs must use UTF-8 encoding; convert str to UTF-8 if required
  local encoding=$langinfo[CODESET]
  local safe_encodings
  safe_encodings=(UTF-8 utf8 US-ASCII)
  if [[ -z ${safe_encodings[(r)$encoding]} ]]; then
    str=$(echo -E "$str" | iconv -f $encoding -t UTF-8)
    if [[ $? != 0 ]]; then
      echo "Error converting string from $encoding to UTF-8" >&2
      return 1

  # Use LC_CTYPE=C to process text byte-by-byte
  local i byte ord LC_ALL=C
  export LC_ALL
  local reserved=';/?:@&=+$,'
  local mark='_.!~*''()-'
  local dont_escape="[A-Za-z0-9"
  if [[ -z $opts[(r)-r] ]]; then
  # $mark must be last because of the "-"
  if [[ -z $opts[(r)-m] ]]; then

  # Implemented to use a single printf call and avoid subshells in the loop,
  # for performance
  local url_str=""
  for (( i = 1; i <= ${#str}; ++i )); do
    if [[ "$byte" =~ "$dont_escape" ]]; then
      if [[ "$byte" == " " && -n $spaces_as_plus ]]; then
        ord=$(( [##16] #byte ))
  echo -E "$url_str"

# Emits the control sequence to notify many terminal emulators
# of the cwd
# Identifies the directory using a file: URI scheme, including
# the host name to disambiguate local vs. remote paths.
function mzc_termsupport_cwd {
  # Percent-encode the host and path names.
  URL_HOST="$(zsh_urlencode -P $HOST)" || return 1
  URL_PATH="$(zsh_urlencode -P $PWD)" || return 1

  # common control sequence (OSC 7) to set current host and path
  printf "\e]7;%s\a" "file://${URL_HOST}${URL_PATH}"

# Use a precmd hook instead of a chpwd hook to avoid contaminating output
# i.e. when a script or function changes directory without `cd -q`, chpwd
# will be called the output may be swallowed by the script or function.
add-zsh-hook precmd mzc_termsupport_cwd

# File and Dir colors for ls and other outputs
export LS_OPTIONS='--color=auto'
eval "$(dircolors -b)"
alias ls='ls $LS_OPTIONS'

~ > source ~/.zshrc
~ >

and new bugs when updating Flatpak’s

My .zshrc file has a few extra lines at the start which yours seems to be missing, and they seem to be related to the prompt & the diamond shape. Adding them to your .zshrc file might fix the problem (you may have to log out for the changes to take effect).

My .zshrc file:

export PROMPT='[%1~] %% '

# Use powerline
# Has weird character width
# Example:
#    is not a diamond
# Source manjaro-zsh-configuration
if [[ -e /usr/share/zsh/manjaro-zsh-config ]]; then
  source /usr/share/zsh/manjaro-zsh-config
# Use manjaro zsh prompt
if [[ -e /usr/share/zsh/manjaro-zsh-prompt ]]; then
  source /usr/share/zsh/manjaro-zsh-prompt

# Fix for opening apps from links in console  (refer: https://forum.manjaro.org/t/konsole-right-click-open-with-feature-doesnt-work/153223/20?u=scotty65)

function mzc_termsupport_cwd {
  # Percent-encode the host and path names.
  URL_HOST="$(zsh_urlencode -P $HOST)" || return 1
  URL_PATH="$(zsh_urlencode -P $PWD)" || return 1


  # common control sequence (OSC 7) to set current host and path
  printf "\e]7;file://%s%s\e\\" "${URL_HOST}" "${URL_PATH}"

Its didn’t work. But I am restored system with timeshift. And now all alright

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