Error loading package list:pypi.python.org

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I downloaded PyCharm and wanted to download a few packages. I'm using Windows 10 with PyCharm 2016.2.2 and python 3.5.2. When I go to the available packages screen it continually states:

Error loading package list:pypi.python.org

What should I do next?

Jan 9, 2019 in Python by SDeb
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edited Jun 25 by MD 4,302 views

1 answer to this question.

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You can try doing the following :

go to Settings/Appearance and Behavior/System Settings/HTTP Proxy and check Auto-detect proxy settings
answered Jan 9, 2019 by ana1504.k
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i still can't find http proxy in system setting
do that and the problem still exist
Hi @Moona, go to your Pycharm's "Manage repositories" and check for any missing, redundant or extra repositories.

Have you installed the packages in the default preference of a file?
This thing worked for me.

Thanks
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It's working thanks...!
Thanks it worked for me

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