Your tooltips won’t be unique for each input?
No. This demo setup does not reflect the actual functionality (at all). It’s just a random choice of components to show off where things break.
In production the Form contains 6x checkboxes, each accompanied by an [i] icon with an explaining tooltip. For this we have 6 different tooltip contents, defined once in the master Form. 90 Instances of Form are used to interactively demonstrate how Form adopts (gradual exposure) to the checkbox on/off state combination. These Instances of Form should not have their own text overrides for the reasons mentioned in the previous message. It would simply be ridiculously hard to maintain on each change. That is also why a form has a master with 1 variant instead of 90+ variants for each checkbox combination, like in the file edited by you. We want to define tooltip content 1x for each time we decide to change the text, and not 90x.
And this is just one single form. Scale up the scenario: Our onboarding flow consists of 9 steps (1 step=new form). This bug touches more than just tooltips. It touches every component with text in it.
I do appreciate all the intent to find a workaround until the bug is fixed. Unfortunately, this is not something that would fix anything on our scale. This must be fixed properly in Figma code.