Hi @lapg ,
Yes, the console logs do not have to do anything with Buttonizer indeed.
As I mentioned, the behaviour you are seeing is expected. You have created a menu, which implies that it should be able to open and close. Consequently, to improve user experience, it automatically remembers if a user has closed it, otherwise the user would have to close the menu again on every page of your website while browsing.
If I understand correctly, you want your menu to always be open. Though this is contradictory to the function of a menu, since this menu can be opened and closed per definition.
If you want to make sure your clients always see the items of your Buttonizer menu, a better option would be to disable the menu. That way, it is not something that can be closed, but you will just see the items of your menu all the time. The menu button (with the plus icon) would also be hidden, because it would serve no function anymore.
Maybe you can try this out and see if you like it. You can disable the menu in:
Group settings -> tab "General" -> "Menu Style" -> disable/enable top-most option called "Menu".