I am sorry that you're having trouble! We haven't removed any fonts from the Typekit font library: everything that has been licensed for sync use is still available. If you would send us the names of the font(s) you using in this project, though, I would be happy to double-check it for you and see what else may have happened.
I have the same question. What happened to Egyptienne? Whay would you change the names?
While we are partnered with the foundry that owns Egyptienne, that particular family isn't available as part of the Typekit font library. The name hasn't changed; we simply haven't been able to include it yet.
You can purchase a license for the fonts from https://www.urwpp.de/en/ or any of the foundry's resellers.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help, but please let me know if you have any other questions!
I've found that sometimes in the course of working on other projects that I've unsynced some fonts and synced others. Then when I open the older file that needs to resync the fonts, it won't. And the reason is that I've hit the limit on how many desktop fonts I'm allowed to sync ... but I only discovered that by trial and error. There was no alert that was the reason. ;-/ Once I hit upon it, I unsynced some fonts and then I was able to sync them.
This doesn't sound like your problem but on the off chance that it does ...
This has happened to me with Futura PT. It was available to use as a part of Creative Cloud, then one day I opened up a document with that font, and it's no longer available to use unless purchased. I was really disappointed to see this.
Can you tell me why this has happened?
Futura PT is available for web and sync use with the Typekit Portfolio plan that comes with most Creative Cloud subscriptions:
It sounds like you have signed in to Typekit with a different Adobe ID that has a Typekit Free plan, which is why you you are seeing an upgrade message.
There are two places to check the account:
A) in the Creative Cloud desktop application. Click the gear menu, then choose Preferences > General.
B) the Typekit website. Click on your name in the top right of typekit.com/fonts. The overlay will show what email address you are signed in as.
If either one shows that you are signed in with an Adobe ID other than what you use for your Creative Cloud subscription, click the Sign Out button, then sign in with the correct account.
Please feel free to get in touch with us at email@example.com as well, and we can help take a look at your account information.