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Is there a plugin or a means to weight a shaped blend to certain predetermined points instead of the normal center of the shape?
Not directly, but you can:

1) apply a plain linear black to white gradient

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2) Use Curves (or, in the simpler cases, Levels) to map to another gradient.

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In other words, you can see the initial gradient as indicating how far you are from the border, and the Curves as mapping that distance from the border in to a grey level.

3) Once you are done, you can use Color>Map>Gradient map to transform that grayscale gradient in to any gradient:

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Thanks for the help, but that will not work. I will keep trying to write a script to do the work.
Maybe as a starting point for a script. RMA_path_blend.scm Uses two paths and there are snags - the paths must have the same number of nodes + empty space to fill in.

http://www.silent9.com/incoming/scripts/ about 4 down

Comparison: https://i.imgur.com/MZxztVw.jpg
(01-06-2019, 03:36 PM)Animusmontus Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks for the help, but that will not work. I will keep trying to write a script to do the work.

If its a script, you can replace the Curves by a Gradient map with a gradient created on the fly.

Otherwise show an example of what you want to do.

Something like this: http://gimp-wrapmap.sourceforge.net/

Or this: https://sourceforge.net/projects/gimp-pa...p/download