There is a
PHYSIK.SDO example file that comes with Signum!2, which uses different
fonts, multiple formulas and some character formatting. We can use this example to
demonstrate how a signum document is layed out and printed.
This is the document converted to a PDF (Portable Document Format) file. The
--yoffset flags were used to center the text on an A4 Page.
This is a render of the document with the editor font, without skew compensation. It has 108 DPI of vertical resolution and 90 DPI horizontal resolution, relative to the theoretical paper model.
This is a render of the document with a printer font, with skew-compensation, so that the entire document is 324 DPI relative to the theoretical paper model.