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We got caught by the bogus Wave theme update, which blew out our site for a while. Once I deactivated the theme and deleted it, I was able to upload the Wave.zip to install yours. The theme is now working properly again, with one little odd detail. On the Themes screen, it still shows the image of the other theme. Has the WordPress update option now been forever ruined for your Wave theme?

Hi,

It’s most likely due to browser cache, try refreshing a few times and the correct image should show up.

I have refreshed the browser, and I have opened the site in another browser with the cache cleared. This is the image I see right now. I assume your theme is still for Artists, and has not been rewritten as a Photography theme. http://oaxacaarts.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Screen-Shot-2016-07-18-at-12.21.10-PM.png

Hi,

That’s the correct screenshot. Originally it was meant to be a photography theme but then was switched to a more general artists approach. We’ll change up the screenshot when we do an update, to avoid confusion.

CamHarris

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I installed this paid version of the wave theme and set up my website a while ago and when I launched the site today I found it is defaulted to the free version. Is there a fix for this?

Hi,

There is no free version of the theme, what happened is that a theme with the same name was released on WordPress.org repository. It has a bigger version number and because of that WordPress is showing like there is an update to our theme in your WP admin dashboard.

We have recently released an update for the theme which removes the update notification caused by that other theme. Download the new version from Themeforest, delete the currently installed one via WP admin and install the one you downloaded from Themeforest.

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