Ubuntu 12.10 was released a few weeks ago. But as of yet we do not have a version of our themes that work with it just yet, What gives?
What about the improved version for 12.04.1 promised first?
Sadly to say we have hit a few personal setbacks, I would like apologize immensely for the delay.
1st setback I am now working 6 days a week (For Now). Thus I DO NOT always have the time to or energy to work on it as much as I did before.
2nd Setback, I have not been feeling 100% , I'm thinking it may be a sinus infection lingering. Hopefully that will be out the equation soon.
Its alot of work, I have to manually rename 50 or so folders then 70-80 text strings and change values manually.
That being said I am not giving up. on the themes It just may take a bit. Please bare with us if you enjoy using the theme. Once again I am Sorry.
Some users have expressed dissatisfaction with 12.10 in general and have "downgraded" to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Personally we don't see the need to upgrade to it over 12.04. That being said we are not devaluing it or the need to support it. However the urgency is a bit less then it was for us to support a 12.04 LTS. (If you recall we rolled out support for that in 2-3 days after release, It nearly tooks years off our life but we got it done! :) )
Once again we are not calling Ubuntu 12.10 bad or unusable. But We recommenced you stick with 12.04 LTS if it works well on your system. We will be getting a butts in gear and rolling out all the new updates soon.
What You Can DO:
In the mean time check out the theme on 12.04 and our brand new wallpaper project. despite the lack of press we have worked really hard on the RAVE Wallpaper Collection 1 (Over 2 years, Of Picture taking and editing, grated not everyday for hours on end but still alot ) (If You Want)
Keep Visiting the site if you want to support the project. (If you want)
Tell people about the RAVE Wallpaper Collection! :) (If you want)
Thank You For Your Time And Understanding It's been great working with the community and we still are!
The RAVEfinity Project