Thanks for posting this! I spent ages trying to figure this bug out.
Since a lot of themes offer very similar additional functionality (like social media widgets, portfolios, shortcodes) it would seem to me that it would be a good idea to have a standardised plugin that contained all of those basic features. It would make things a lot easier for buyers since they wouldn’t have to re-enter content when they change from one social media icon plugin to another (e.g. switching from a themezilla theme that uses the zillasocial plugin to a themebeans theme that uses the beansocial plugin).
Woo! Our new pin-board style theme Toffee just got approved! http://themeforest.net/item/toffee-a-pinboard-style-ghost-theme/5989147
Have a look at wp_nav_menu() http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_nav_menu
Isn’t it 136,961 items across all the marketplaces? So it includes themeforest, activeden, graphicriver etc.
Does anyone else find the links hard to read? They’re not very clear in Chrome on Windows 7, seems to look ok in FF though.