Stop markers in the Premiere Elements (any version) Blu-ray disc format on Blu-ray disc do not function in the play back of that disc.
No fixes....unless you export the Timeline to a file saved to the computer hard drive and then import that file for menus and burn to with a 3rd party software.
As I said this applies to Premiere Elements any version that has a burn to Blu-ray option, including the latest version 12.
Not fixed - they don't recognise it as a problem. Their documentation states that stop markers are for DVD only (regular, not AVCHD).
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Again, no fix to the Blu-ray Stop Marker business as nealeh has opted to confirm in this thread and in the thread of another in which you posted the same question today.
The only menu marker perk that you are going to get moving to Premiere Elements 12 in the allowable number of menu markers which is now 99. If you care to read more about the Timeline menu marker count, please see details in my blog post on the subject
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