Get rid of the copy/paste route.
This is a known situation. You are trying to work with titles with the same name and changing one title and changing the other titles derived from it at the same time.
The answer has been - Expert workspace....
1. Create the title in the Titler. Close the Titler. The title will automatically be placed on the Timeline at the position of the Timeline marker.
2. Open Project Assets, right click the thumbnail for the title that you just created. Select and click on Duplicate.
3. Drag the Duplicate to the Timeline. Double click the title there to open the Titler and create your second title.
4. And, so on.
Please consider and then let us know if that worked for you. If not, please give more details.
Thanks a lot, that worked!
BTW, I'm always using the "Expert" mode. I just didn't realize that the titles adds these blocks as project assets and that copy/pasting will pretty much copy the same asset instead of generating a new one. It's a bit weird solution IMO, but whatever, I'm glad that it works and I can quickly just duplicate multiple "title assets" from there and then edit each
Thanks for the great news. Great job.
Just an added note....you can save title created in the Titler or an edited title template (SeeTitles & Text Tab) so that it can be used in other Premiere Elements projects. The maneuver in Expert workspace to get that done includes
a. create the title, close the Titler....
b. go to Project Assets, and highlight/select the thumbnail for the title
c. then go to File Menu/Export/Title and export that title as a .prtl file to the computer hard drive...that detour to the Project Assets to select the title's thumbnail activates the Title selection in File Menu/Export/Title.
Thanks for the tip, very useful as I may need these counters for multiple videos