Chinese texts after a punctuation couldn't be inputted

This issue occurs within the desktop application on Windows.

Chinese characters can be entered without issue, but after punctuation marks are inserted, such as a comma (‘,’) or a period (‘。’), the text entry ceases to function. No character display or be entered.

The text input resumes functioning if the punctuation mark is deleted or if a space is inserted instead.

In contrast, text input operates smoothly in the Figma web version.

Hi @zuzu1, Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention!
I wish I had a Windows environment to reproduce this issue but, unfortunately, I don’t have one at the moment.

Is this issue happening with a specific font or does it involve several fonts?
If possible, could you please share a quick video recording of the issue? It would be extremely helpful to see the entire Figma screen, including the properties and layers in the left and right panels, with the relevant layers expanded.
This will allow us to report the issue internally and see if we can provide any further assistance.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Also, we always appreciate insights and suggestions from our community, so please feel free to join in on our conversation.

Thanks for helping us work on improving!

Same issue!!
@Junko3 I used the default font ‘inter’. It’s a common issue with any specific operation. You could text any chinese characters to test it. If you input any punctuation after some chinese characters then you can’t input any more.

Hi there, Thanks for confirming the font for this. It sounds like the tool is not working as expected.

Could you please contact our support team to further investigate this matter via this form?: https://help.figma.com/hc/en-us/requests/new?
When submitting, could you please provide the following details to help our team investigate further:

  • Use the email address associated with your Figma account.
  • Share a screen recording illustrating this issue to see the entire Figma screen, including the properties and layers in the left and right panels, with the relevant layers expanded.

We appreciate your assistance as we continue to examine this matter.