Not a bug, this was actually my suggestion. You can start developing your themes using 4.3RC. 4.3 is scheduled for August 18th. https://make.wordpress.org/core/version-4-3-project-schedule/
They recently stated it can take up to 2 weeks.
The problem was that we had to review a really long list of items due to the prettyPhoto incident. More info here: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/long-review-wait-times-on-themeforest/183782
The current review time is 5 – 6 days. http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/current-review-wait-times-themeforest/186179
Dear Envato Users,
After researching various wizards and doing a fair bit of investigation, I find myself in peril. For an upcoming project of mine, I will use a Medical Theme, which will be bought off ThemeForest and I am unsure about whether I require a extended license or a regular one. The end user will not be charged to access the website and the theme will be used as the website (obviously). I ask this because I want to be absolutely certain that I do not choose the wrong license, in order to avoid any legal issues in the future. I hope somebody can help me here.
You need a Regular License.
Here’s the upload instructions: https://help.market.envato.com/hc/en-us/articles/203269650-A-step-by-step-guide-to-the-upload-process
Also consider creating a new forum thread as this one is 6 years old.
My item was disabled even if was not using any prettyPhoto script. Although, it has a string ’.fn.prettyPhoto’ in it’s ‘init.js’ file, but it was only to check if the customer is using some third-party prettyPhoto plugin or not, the theme itself does NOT have any prettyPhoto script. I’ve submitted the file without any modification, plz recheck it.
Your theme has been enabled.