You may also want to find a monospace font to use, this way you can calculate the space required for the word, since each letter will take up equal space. That should allow for a grid like layout to become possible. Rotation will be another monster.
If you need something much more true to the laws of physics, you can look at this demo:
In the lockdown, I set myself a challenge to gain some understanding of using data sources available online to create a 'data-driven' Isadora patch. There is a lot of online data available; some are 'open access' and some require an access key or subscription. I have put together a demonstration patch that uses data from multiple open access (non-subscription) sources. They are The World Bank and VirusTracker. [EDIT] VirusTracker API appears to be no longer functional, therefore COVID-19 data is no longer updating in the patch download.
In creating the demo patch, I have learnt how to use the Text Formatter module to modify the request URL that gets sent to an API data source. It allows for data with different content to be updated based on dynamically changing identifiers in the request URL. For example, comparative information about a specific country requested through a 'country code' of only two characters. The VirusTracker API returns data about individual countries and the statistics associated with the current COVID19 pandemic. The virus data is updated daily. A date format identifies requested statistics from a specific day within the pandemic period. Combining the country code and the date format dynamically in a request URL patched to the Get URL Text modules returns statistics that are then available for display in the Isadora Stage. By automating the construction of the URL that identifies the dataset requested from the API, the data on the Isadora stage transforms into a dynamic representation of changing datasets.
The success of this learning development is due to the release of new Beta tools made available by @mark and the wisdom of the Guru sessions. The 'JSON Parser Beta', and the three.js 'JS Convert Rotations' module have taken a lot of the pain out of doing this kind of work. "Tip of the hat" to Mark, using one of his expressions of gratitude.
Just so you all know: I've been hestitant to allow actors in Isadora that could allow a patch to do damage to your system, i.e., erase your hard drive. That's why I've avoided things like allowing AppleScript or applications to be launched. To me it feels like a security risk to allow such things. But I am happy to see that the Isadora community always seems to find a way. ;-)
Situaion solved, I falsy suggested outputting 0 would result in not sending a trigger signal. Instead, not outputting any value at all (I was using if and else) results in not sending a trigger signal either. (means: no else condition at all). THX