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  1. deanishe

    Browse Reddit

    Reddit for Alfred Find subreddits and browse hot posts on Reddit. Download Get Reddit for Alfred from GitHub or Packal. Usage r/ — Show list of popular subreddits r/<query> — Search for subreddits matching <query> ↩ or ⇥ or ⌘+NUM — Show 50 hottest posts in subreddit r/subreddit/ — Show 50 hottest posts on subreddit <subreddit> r/<subreddit>/<query> — Filter posts by <query> ↩ or ⌘+NUM — Open post URL in default browser ⌘+↩ — Open Reddit comments in default browser ⌘+L — Show full post title in Alfred's Large Text window Note: OS X's "delete word" shortcut (⌥+⌫) is very handy for backing out of a subreddit. Description A fairly rudimentary workflow to browse subreddits. The subreddit search, r/<query>, uses Reddit's API to search for subreddits that match <query>. 25 results are retrieved by default. The subreddit search can be a bit odd, which is due to the oddness of Reddit's search function. Search within a subreddit, r/subreddit/<query>, only filters the list of hot results. 50 results are retrieved by default.
  2. dan

    Reddit Hot News

    Hey everyone, Got a workflow for you! Just enter 'r/' or 'r/subreddit' to get the 'hot' news from Reddit. http://danpalmer.me/blog/articles/2013-01-12-reddit-workflow-for-alfred-20.html The workflow is written in Python, feel free to have a read of the source to see how it works to help you write your own workflows if you like.
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