Russian Font problem on Linux

I just downloaded (from github) three versions 6.0., 5.1.0 and 4.2, and all of them look like this when I open them:

Look at the right part: this is written in Cyrillic but those are English words, which I honestly find hilarious, but that’s not what I ever wanted.
So to be clear, those are English words, but all letters are simply translated as if I used my French keyboard (and french layout). Which makes no sense, to neither an English-speaker, nor to a Russian speaker (which I am…).
Same for the left part: that’s sig House keyword is written in cyrillc.
Yes, I confirm I do not use any other layout than French.

I tried to use version 4.2 on another laptop (Debian Buster), and everything is fine.
Problem happens on my openSUSE Tumbleweed. I checked for my env variables, that might cause the issue, but there is absolutely nothing that says Russian or cyrillc.

Not sure what to look for?
I am completely new to alloy and its IDE.

java --version
openjdk 11.0.11 2021-04-20
OpenJDK Runtime Environment 18.9 (build 11.0.11+9)

Desktop env: XFCE4-4.16

This is likely an OS/java interaction problem with the fonts. You could try to use another font (in the options menu.)

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Thanks for your help! Indeed, after changing font config to something else, everything is in order.