Actually the reality is that Gimp, with the standard plug-ins, does not have the 
ability to do this, although there are ways to fake something that looks sort of 
like it.  The easiest way to get it would be to modify the "blur" filter (found in 
randomize.c in the plug-ins directory) so that the probability values are derived 
from a map-image rather than constant.  This would really be a valuable thing to have.

Best,
  -- Bill
 

 
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