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Clean, Subtle, semi-transparent Javascript Mouseover Hint Script

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Anyone have a good script or link for a script -- I'd like a div that would show up as a "hint" when someone mouses over a link or image?  I'd like it to be clean, simple, and it'd be cool if it were semi-transparent, too.  I found lots of free scripts...but I've seen really nice ones before that I can't seem to find code for.
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I am adding some files below;

Please check it together.
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Perfect.
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