jquery-mousestop-event - Offers a less intrusive alternative to JavaScripts mouseenter event

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jQuery mousestop offers a less intrusive alternative to JavaScripts mouseenter event.

http://richardscarrott.co.uk/posts/view/jquery-mousestop-event
https://github.com/richardscarrott/jquery-mousestop-event

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