Things don't work that way, MourningStar. The context menu is a Windows (i.e. operating system) element that the Rainmeter application (through the options provided in it by the developers) can change or tweak accordingly. What one can do in a skin is an entirely different business, it's just an image drawn by Rainmeter on the screen at various intervals and used to simulate various "controls" if desired. The latter can't influence the former, if the required options are not aleady provided by the Rainmeter application.
Example: You buy a car and change its painting or add some other "gadgets" to it (that's what you do when designing a skin). You can't build a new engine for that car or a new transmission if the car vendor doesn't make that possible by providing the right tools or environment for it (that's what you'd need to be able to change the context menu of the skin).
Bottom line, our ability to change the context menu of the skin is limited by:
- the operating system (for example, you can't turn that menu into a spinning wheel)
- the Rainmeter application (for example, by not providing the ability of nesting context menus yet)
Excellent! Glad you found some use to it.