I've been searching all over the place to find a way to add a contextual menu item to finder. It looks like they can be added using Applescript or via a finder plugin. Anyway, I can't find the one I'm looking for anywhere. It already exists in os x and is under the "view" menu. It's the "Clean Up" function; it's the action that cleans up icons and aligns them to a grid. What I need is that exact same action under the menu when I right click in a finder windowjust a simple "Clean Up" under the contextual menu upon right clicking. I really don't want an application to handle this or any complicated solution. The key is to simply right click and select it. It would work in any finder window's contextual menu. Having this would really speed up my workflow. Does anyone know where to get such a plugin/Applescript? Does anyone know how write one (or know how to copy the existing one)? That would be exquisite.