I'm guessing never! Weirdly I've never thought about this. Yet we in Persian always have problems with the default position of underlines in fonts, because letters go below the baseline and it gets so messy. So normally in the web, people remove the underline and just apply styles like color. (a lot of Latin websites are also doing this, it is apparently more simple and clean. Although in Latin there are couple of letters below the baseline too.)
But in general if it is not
a webfont, which apps or programs use the font parameters and not their own built-in settings? I think Adobe uses its own. Is there a way to override?
For example as a fun thing, I did this with underline and strikeout, but Adobe just doesn't care.
So it is worth changing those parameters at all?
P.S: I realized yesterday that you can now use text-decoration-skip: ink
for a webfont and do this (In Google Chrome), which is pretty cool
And in Canary, it would be auto by default.