I don't think it's a bad practice, practically all graphic applications have the same menu at the top right of each tool panel with completely different content specific to the panel itself together with common menu options.
|Adobe Photoshop Navigator and Histogram panels and options menu
Although being something so specific, I wouldn't hesitate to create certain homogeneity patterns or custom rules.
For example, knowing that in each dropdown there are repeat options and custom options, I would create two groups so that:
- The user knows there are personalized options for each item in
addition to the standard ones.
- The users can visually interpret in which of the groups they are
- Users while working with the application can accustom their eye to what content belongs to which particular element. This also lets them know if they are on the right or wrong item
- In addition to the contrast by position in the menu, regardless of whether it is up or down, I would accentuate it with style contrast in the icons
With the standard options above:
With the standard options below: