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MEL command to evaluate either a curve ramp or a color ramp from an attribute.
getRampAttrValue [-position/-p] node.rampAttr
float or float
Position to evaluate the ramp. If the attribute is
a curve ramp returns a single float. If the attribute
is a color ramp returns an array of three floats
containing the R, G and B values at the given
For Red Hat 7.3/8.0/9.0 - x86
Includes Plug-Ins for Maya 5.0, 6.0 and 6.5
Includes Source and Documentation.
INSTALLING: Decompress it to '/usr', find the
'README.TXT' file into the 'getRampAttrValue' folder and
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