Windows: Voice typing functionality is limited on this app

I’m using the Windows 11 voice typing (the one activated by Win+H) to create Anki notes, but it’s not working as well as on other programs. The problem is that, as soon as I stop talking, the Voice Typing pauses (i.e., stops listening). This is not the usual behavior of the Voice Typing. On Chrome or Notepad, for example, the Voice Typing keeps listening even after the user stops talking. In Anki, if I stop to breathe for a moment, the Voice Typing stops, and then I need to reactivate it, which is a pain.

When I activate the voice typing in Anki, it shows a message that is like this (I don’t know the exact translation): “Voice typing functionality is limited on this app”.

This is a relevant accessibility feature. Please, take a look, if possible.

If it doesn’t work after upgrading to the latest Anki version, it means the toolkit Anki’s built on doesn’t support it properly yet.

I confirmed that the problem still happens in the latest version.

I don’t know where is the correct place to report this problem. Please confirm if it’s here: Monorail - chromium - An open-source project to help move the web forward. - Monorail