I really like your examples! I'll try to implement them!
What I really wanted to do was to actually iterate a whole phrase, letter by letter and know when each word finishes and another one starts! So I could easily write, one letter at a time, and one word on a single row on jit.lcd (or jit.gl.text2d or jit.gl.text3d)
But as I didn't know how, I changed the letters with ascii code with the help of jit.str.fromsymbol and then iterate that (and SPACE being 32 in ascii code I always knew when a new word was to start).
Do you know any other simpler solution to do that?
Now I am trying to intergate what you sent me! Thanks again!
By the way, do you know how to draw letters with a square under it and with which object! So each letter that is drawn is framed by a painted rectangle 1 or 2 pixels bigger than the letter itself!
Now I am trying to do this in jit.lcd, but with so many letters (100-200 letters), I figure there will be lots of coding and they might tax processor big time!
Simpler solutions, anyone?
PS: I was also thinking about using poly or jit.gl.multiple, but for something so precise (meaningful words, not random), I guess they are out of the question! Right?