TEST FONTS & SYMBOLS

Text with degrees as words

 

The first illustration shows a  Celtic Cross vertical sundial made from stainless steel, on the wall of 'Bishops Court', the Anglican Archbishop’s residence in Adelaide, South Australia. Notice that the morning and afternoon hour lines are asymmetric - this is because the wall does not face true North but declines 13 degrees towards the West.

The cross is about 3 metres tall. The stainless steel has been chemically treated to prevent dazzling reflections.

Test Different Fonts 

 

13 degrees towards the West       Raleway         16

13 degrees towards the West       Open Sans     16

13 degrees towards the West      Spinnaker     16

13 degrees towards the West     Verdana        15

13 degrees towards the West         Arial               16

13 degrees towards the West         Helvetica        16

13 degrees towards the West  Chelsea Market 16

13 degrees towards the West            Basic               16

best is Open Sans, is just a bit bolder than Raleway

 

stick with Raleway for now

Symbols from Word,  copy and pasted

 

A  B  C  D  F  P         a  b  c  d  f  p          Symbol Prop BT in Word doc

 

Doesn't transfer the font properties of Greek symbols and superscript from Word 

Symbols from Photoshop

13 degrees towards the West      Raleway

13    towards the West                   Raleway + Image

will need to lock elements together for when text blocks move

Locked in box

moves together

Aligning Elements

Block of text to align

 

Block of text to align

 

Block of text to align

 

               Block of text to align