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Asap family

SIL Open Font License, 1.1

Asap is a contemporary sans-serif family with subtle rounded corners. Designed by Pablo Cosgaya, Asap ("as soon as possible") there are 8 styles: Regular, Italic, Medium, Medium Italic, Semibold, Semibold Italic, Bold, and Bold Italic. This family, specially developed for screen and desktop use, offers a standarised character width on all styles, which means lines of text remain the same length. This useful feature allows users to change type styles on-the-go without reflowing a text body. Asap is based on Ancha (designed by Pablo Cosgaya & Héctor Gatti), and has been developed with the collaboration of Andrés Torresi, Nicolás Silva and Yorlmar Campos.

Sample of Asap Family.

Asap Family contains:

  • Regular / Italic
  • Medium / Medium Italic
  • Semibold / Semibold Italic
  • Bold / Bold Italic

To contribute to the project contact Omnibus Type.


  • Pablo Cosgaya


Copyright (c) 2019, Omnibus-Type ( |

Licensed under the SIL Open Font License, 1.1; you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.


FONTLOG for the Asap fonts

This file provides detailed information on the Asap font software.
This information should be distributed along with the Asap fonts and any derivative works.

Asap is a typeface family that supports Unicode language range:

  • Basic Latin U+0020-U+007E
  • Latin-1 Supplement U+00A0-U+00FF
  • Latin Extended-A U+0100-U+017F
  • Latin Extended Additional* U+1E00-U+1EFF *(111/256)

Character map to support MS Codepages:

  • 1252 Latin-1
  • 1250 Latin-2 (Easter Europe)
  • 1254 Turkish
  • 1257 Windows Baltic
  • 1258 Vietnamese
  • Mac Roman

To contribute to the project contact Omnibus-Type at

12 Aug 2018 (v.2.0) Omnibus-Type

  • Updated to GF Latin Plus set
  • Supports 219 Latin languages used in 212 countries

05 Mar 2017 (v.1.9) Omnibus-Type

  • Enabled Panose with correct values
  • Enabled Family zoned
  • Remmaped Medium weight
  • Added Semibold Weight
  • Enhancements in the OT shaping.

08 Nov 2016 (v.1.8) Marc Foley

  • Disabled Panose
  • Disabled OpenTYpe name ID
  • Adjusted vertical metrics to match v1.001

02 Feb 2015 (v.1.7) Omnibus-Type

  • Medium and MediumItalic new styles
  • Removed Reserve Font Name from the license
  • Name tables adjusted
  • fsType Installable Mode
  • Set Panose values
  • Updates CFF and TTF hinting
  • Added Family Alignment Zones
  • New Verical Metrics

17 Sep 2014 (v.1.6) Omnibus-Type

  • Set up PANOSE
  • Fixed FullName string in the table names for Windows compatibility
  • Improved the mark classes for mark positioning and mark to mark
  • Improved CFF hint (AFDK AutoHinting v1.45, Mar 20 2014)
  • Updating TTF instruction with ttfautohint (v1.1)

1 Oct 2013 (v.1.5) Omnibus-Type

  • Expanded in order to support Adobe Latin 3 and vietnamite
  • Updating hinting with ttfautohint (v0.97)
  • Increased vertical metrics
  • Improved CFF hint (AFDK 2.5.59)
  • Improved TTF hint (TTFAutohint 0.95)
  • Fixed TTF table names
  • Updated and expanded features in OT Tables:
    • GSUB:
      • aalt Access All Alternatives
      • ccmp Glyph Composition/Decomposition
      • locl Localized Forms
      • sups SuperScript
      • frac Diagonal Fractions
      • ordn Ordinals
      • liga Standar Ligatures
      • ss01 Style Set 1
      • salt Stylistic Alternatives
        • Single Substitution
        • Ligature Substitution
    • GPOS:
      • mark Mark Positioning
      • mkmk Mark to Mark
      • cpsp Capital Spacing

19 Jan 2012 (v.1.001) Omnibus-Type

  • Initial release


If you make modifications be sure to add your name (N), email (E), web-address (if you have one) (W) and description (D). This list is in alphabetical order.

N: Andrés Torresi
D: Assistant designer of Asap family

N: Héctor Gatti
D: Designer of Ancha upstream

N: Nicolás Silva
D: Typeface development

N: Pablo Cosgaya
D: Designer

N: Yorlmar Campos

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