I created a simple applescript to do that, although it can't handle natural language.
To enter the reminder, type your task details like this: Name:Priority Time Date List Notes
Everything is optional, including the name. The priority needs to be in the form of exclamation marks (!). You cannot set a reminder to repeat, because there is no way to that with applescript (unless you created a very complicated one to go through reminders files and change the details of the reminder,
The only problem with this is that when you are in a fullscreen app, it will flick to the first desktop.
The script is attached to this post. Put it into your "Actions" folder in Quicksilver's Application Support folder.
On Wednesday, 15 May 2013 06:35:21 UTC+10, Ari Goldman wrote:
Boy, howdy, would I love me some Reminders app action in Quicksilver!
Maybe it can't happen, because (while I can invoke Siri on my iPhone to walk through the creation of a time-dependant Reminder) there is no common language Reminder invocation ability in MacOSX, but it would be so great if I could just tell Quicksilver,
"Reminder (tab) Pick up the groceries tomorrow at 4pm (enter)"
...and the Reminder would be automatically created.
Amirite? Who wouldn't love that?