I'm using a commercial body text font and I'd like to use a math font that matches it well. AMS Euler (from the
eulervm package) matches its style nicely, but is slightly too light. I know AMS Euler was originally digitized in METAFONT, and METAFONT supports parametrization - for example, the original Computer Modern METAFONT had a "blacker" parameter to adjust font weight. However, I don't know:
- Did the Euler METAFONT also have an adjustable "blackness" parameter?
- How can I get my hands on the Euler METAFONT sources?
There's also the problem of, once I've got my hands on the Euler METAFONT, whether I can turn it into an outline font. But I know of a few tools that claim to do that, most recently mf2outline (https://github.com/linusromer/mf2outline). So I'm most interested in the above questions.