i still can't find http proxy in system setting

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can you help me out? i can't find what you said as http proxy. i need to install a few packages but i can not do this.
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Jul 27 in Python by Luckyson
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Could be because you don't have the right repository set. Click on File>Settings>Project Interpreter. Then click on the install icon (icon with a '+' symbol). Then click on Manager Repositories and check if you have the following entry: https://pypi.python.org/simple. If not, then add it. Save the setting and restart PyCharm, it should work. 

answered Jul 29 by Anvi

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