By this time most of Mac users probably know the news about VLC 2.0.2 release with support for Retina Display, joy for users who purchased Mac Book Pro as they can enjoy videos displayed on higher resolution in VLC with much better quality and a security vulnerability has been also said to fixed with this release, though this is not big news but this time on your Mac if you play any video VLC after installing this version you definitely won’t get building font cache dialog again, how many times it appeared when you tried to play video with subtitles. VLC for Mac from this release onwards will never let you wait for this as it finds all fonts without generating font cache.
Videolan axes annoying font cache in VLC 2.0.2 for Mac
VLC’s Mac developer Felix Paul Kuhne noted in his blog post that “Finally, we removed the font cache. VLC for Mac will never ask you to wait for it, but it will still find all your fonts!”
Unfortunately it seems the same not provided for Windows users in VLC 2.0.2, we’ve already covered how to disable font cache of VLC player, we’re expecting future version of VLC release for Windows to fix this automatically.
At the time of writing this article, Videolan site still showing VLC 2.0.1 as released version, we came to know they’ve issues with Sourceforge with tweet from Paul Kuhne.
If you haven’t downloaded VLC 2.0.2 till now, you can download VLC 2.0.2 for Mac, Windows and Linux from softpedia site, here. And VLC will be officially available from here later if issues on Sourceforge platform are resolved.