I would like to know if it is possible to have the underlining of a text not cutting the descender of letters.
For example, if I underline example, here in the forum, the line stops just before the p's descender and starts again just after it. In my InDesign document using the Academico font it is not working like this.
Is it a characteristic of the font itself or is there some other option I could play with?
SJRiegel • Adobe Community Professional, Aug 14, 2020
It's all in the screen shot.
Add a stroke to the underlined text, colored white (see the Swatch Pallet image to see how)
To set up the Character Style, define only the stroke color and size, and set the underline to ON.
That way, you can apply the underline and the text stroke at once.