If an English monospaced font (e.g. consolas) is used in the editor, the Chinese punctuations and symbols are abnormal. This is a long-standing bug of Texstudio since version 2.5 (at least).
For example, I have four Chinese commas to be deleted by selecting all of them. As you see, only two can be selected, though you can delete it one by one.
Similarly, if you have five Chinese symbols (￥), you will get two and a half.
There is no problem if I use a mixed English-Chinese monospaced font. So, I guess this bug is due to the different widths of an Englished character and a Chinese one. The later is generally twice of the former. Sometimes, this bug is very annoying.
Then the font is broken...
Did you try to check the "Disable fixed pitch mode"-option at the end of the advanced editor option config page?
It really works! Thanks, my dude.
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