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Sure, I can type

  • U+3002 IDEOGRAPHIC FULL STOP
  • U+FF0C FULLWIDTH COMMA

with no problem in the Chromebook's Text app, using the ChromeOS Chinese input methods. But how could there be no way to type

  • U+3001 IDEOGRAPHIC COMMA ?

Yes, it is needed a lot, https://chinese.stackexchange.com/a/29270/214

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    I use "\" in Google Pinyin; usually they're fairly consistent.
    – Becky 李蓓
    Commented May 26 at 22:54
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    I’m not familiar with your specific environment. I wonder what happens if you press "\" with the Chinese input methods. Usually pressing "\" in full width mode will get you a "、".
    – kyc
    Commented May 27 at 2:12

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Just like @Becky 李蓓 says, \ is in full width mode

Some other punctuation input methods that are not easy to discover:

In half width mode In full width mode
^ ……
_ ——
< > 《 》
[ ] 【 】
\
` ·
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In Linux, press ctrl + shift + u together and then release them

Enter 3001

Press space and you should see as below

3002 。

ff0c ,

Not sure how to do this in Windows, never use Win.

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  • Nice to always have this "hard way" backup method! Commented May 27 at 14:29
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Use "\" in Google Pinyin, like @Becky 李蓓 discovered. (But how did they know?)

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    Because Chinese input punctuation like this Commented May 27 at 16:45

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