I have several working UDFs that have the UserFeature defined, and then, attached to the UserFeature, is what looks like an attribute. But it's actually an object that represents the output of the UserFeature. In my case, I want to know how I can create this output, so that my automation routine can grab the curve. (I morph the UserFeature several times, and return the output to a list)
Thanks in advance.
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