Oeps, it’s actually in the Manual …
I see, that’s not the manual for Elements 9.5
That’s why I hate these “product differentiation” marketing ploys. In the old days, companies would have their decent, fully functioning base package and then start adding bells and whistles for the more expensive “pro” version. Now, they also start with the base package, but delete some essential parts from it, and then call the base package the “pro” version, so that they can suddenly charge triple for it. In the mean time you pay what is still good money for what is basically a dysfunctional version.
This bar alignment thing is a good example. It’s such an essential part of music editing software that it was probably in there from the very start of Cubase, when there was only one package. Now you suddenly have to pay serious money for it. It’s like a car model that has been selling well for ages, suddenly being sold with the wheels as an expensive option. You didn’t raise your price, did you? Or did you? Being the trusting loser I am I bought that car I always knew to be a good car, only to discover afterwards it doesn’t come with wheels anylonger. I can’t resell it, so in the end I’ll have to pay up for the wheels. Nice move, guys.