I can't duplicate this. Try copying all Speedstyles into a document,
and then recreating the Library as before. This time, though, don't
copy any resources from the old Library. Make a couple of new
speedstyles. If they're visible in the menu, I'd conclude that the
earlier set of styles became corrupted and should be recreated.
Another thought: do your style have keystrokes or macros assigned?
As a last resort, my Character Styles macro set does much the
same thing, but color is not available.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Thomas J. Rostafinski, Ph.D." <TJRostaf@...> wrote:
> No, if the SpeedStyle is saved in the Library. However, more
> SpeedStyles appear in the menu for documents that have SpeedStyles saved
> in them -- not limited to that document's SpeedStyles, either, though
> still not all that are in the Library. Tom
> >> Thank you, John. I created a new library and copied everything over, as
> >> > you suggested. I tried trashing the preferences file too.
> >> > Unfortunately, still fewer SpeedStyles show up now than before (only
> >> > two, out of ten installed; I had been up to six). Tom
> > When you create a new Speedstyle, does it show in the menu?
> > John R.