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I am looking for a broader, fatter Computer Modern and I already found out that the only way to do this correctly is to use MetaFont to create a different version of Computer Modern.
The idea is now to find a good and matching MetaFont File for my purposes and to generate a TrueType Font from it to be able to use this font via LuaLaTeX. I am working on OS X so there is no way to automatically let FontForge correct the font output by mf2pt1 and I have no knowledge whatsoever on MetaFont, typography and so and so forth, apart from that I don't have the time to fiddle with the files just by trial and error, there are just too many parameters that concern the font weight for this.
My question: Has anyone here ever dealt with this problem and maybe already came up with a solution in the form of a working MetaFont File? The results I get are very shitty to be honest, often I have big artifacts because of strange intersections and new nodes.
What the result should optimally look like is something like this:
Please don't care too much for the language being german, it's just a document I tried it on.
Any help would be highly appreciated.