The standard menu is a Windows feature, and can be activated by holding the Shift key (7+ Taskbar Tweaker merely allows to use it without Shift). I'd assume that the bug is unrelated to the tweaker and happens without it if you try to bring up the menu with Shift+right click.
You see in my answer in the topic you linked why it's challenging and cannot be perfect, unless it's implemented with the help of a Chrome extension, in which case it will a Chrome-specific solution.
Fixed in v5.15.1.
I tried it and it works for me. Make sure you're using the latest version of the tweaker.
You can try to create a shortcut and bind it with a specific Application ID.One way achieving it is using win7appid:http://code.google.com/p/win7appid/
If that won't work, there's no functionality in 7+ Taskbar Tweaker that can help, and because the use-case is so specific, I'm reluctant to add special functionality for it. You can either adjust the tweaker yourself using its source code, or remove that functionality from Freeplane, for example with a Windhawk mod.
You can disable it with the following steps:
Let me know whether it solves your issue.
That sounds like an incompatibility caused by the recent Windows 10 update. Please try 7+ Taskbar Tweaker v126.96.36.199 beta, let me know whether it fixes the issue.
Can you post your tweaker options, as well as a screenshot before and after clicking the shortcut (or a video)?
That's a known limitation, see also:
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