# How do I get the mathalpha package fonts working?

The mathalpha packages provides several fonts for math typesetting, for example script and fraktur fonts. However, I tried using them and it does not work. I can only use the euler fraktur font for example:

\usepackage[frak = euler]{mathalpha}
% ...
\mathfrak{F}


works, but frak = mma for the mathematica font does not. The error message in TeXstudio reads

Sorry, but miktex-makemf did not succeed. The log file hopefully contains the information to get MiKTeX going again: C:\Users\...\miktex-makemf.log Couldn't open mmamfr.cfg' hbf2gf (CJK ver. 4.8.4)

2020-08-01 10:42:13,976+0200 FATAL miktex-makemf - The mmamfrak source file could not be found.
2020-08-01 10:42:13,977+0200 FATAL miktex-makemf - The mmamfrak source file could not be found.
2020-08-01 10:42:13,977+0200 FATAL miktex-makemf - Info:
2020-08-01 10:42:13,977+0200 FATAL miktex-makemf - Source:
2020-08-01 10:42:13,977+0200 FATAL miktex-makemf - Line: 0

I don't have mathematica installed not any of the other fonts explicitly. Could this be the problem? How do I install these fonts if they are missing? (And if they are easily available)

I am using MikTeX version 2.9 and try to compile using PdfLaTeX

In the documentation of MATHALPHA, AKA MATHALFA PACKAGE on this link https://ctan.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/CTAN/macros/latex/contrib/mathalpha/doc/mathalpha-doc.pdf I add some important screenshots:

How to use fonts (the ones listed in mathalfa documentation) in math mode

You can see that in this link

http://mirror.neu.edu.cn/CTAN/macros/latex/contrib/mathalfa/mathalfa.tex

there is the file.tex of the package. Using Papeeria, to compile, I have tried a piece of code and I have not frak=mma fonts. You can compare with the documentation at page 7.

At this link https://ctan.org/pkg/mathematica you can download the Mathematica3.0 fonts and in this link How use Mathematica fonts with LaTeX - which method? there are the instructions.

In this link you can find also the wolfram.map; exactly they are named wrifnt1_0_3` in the link.