Zekton has been updated. The free regular style was released in 1998. Gradually, over the last decade and a half, new styles and features have been added, but the overall family had become inconsistent. The proportional balance of the condensed styles were different than the proportions of the extended…in a bad way. In the previous update I’d done my best to fix it up but this time I decided it would be best to rebuild everything from the ground up. Although this is a fully redrawn typeface but I tried to do my best to keep the spacing and weights similar to the original version. There are some new weights available: Ultra-light, Book and Black for a total of 7 weights, 42 styles in total. The slant of the Condensed Italics has been decreased while the slant of the Extended Italics has been increased. Zekton now includes Cyrillic, more fractions and the latest monetary symbols.
There have been a few stylistic changes:
Zekton Regular is still free and you can get it here.