So... I think I got somewhere now with the explanations from you and mathew.
It seems that the problem were the missing .afm files (as mtxrun wanted
those, not .pfm nor .pfb). I found two different solutions A and B:
(1) Install fonts (.pfm) in Windows
(2A) Put .afm files to C:\Windows\Fonts
(2B) Put the complete rsfs (containing the .afm and all the other stuff)
directory to texmf-fonts\fonts
(3) Run "mtxrun --script fonts --reload"
(4) Running "mtxrun --script fonts --list --all --pattern=rsfs" shows
(Note the "--all", otherwise only one is printed)
There are two things now, that are somehow strange to me:
- In both versions, step (1) seems to be mandatory. I would expect, that
the rsfs directory in texmf-fonts\fonts should be enough, as mtxrun
clearly searches there and all the files are there, too. I don't
understand the problem here.
- If the .pfm and .pfb files are sufficient for Windows, why does mtxrun
specifically search for .afm files and not also for .pfm?
Anyhow, the fonts are finally listed/recognized by mtxrun.
Unfortunately, the example at
doesn't show me the rsfs font, only a default font. Probably I just have
to look into that (and the example from mathew) tomorrow.
Best regards and thanks so far,
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