File | Settings | IDE Settings | Plugins - Browse Repositories
This dialog opens when you click the Browse repositories button on the Plugins page in the Settings dialog.
Shown in this dialog are repository plugins.
You can sort and filter the plugin list, download and install the plugins of interest, manage enterprise plugin repositories, and configure HTTP proxy settings.
Toolbar icons and context menu commands
|Reload List of Plugins||Use this icon or command to update the list of plugins and their statuses.|
|Download and Install||Use this icon or command to download and install the selected plugin.|
Click this icon to have the installed plugins shown first in the list.
Note that this icon is a toggle. When off, the plugins in the list are ordered alphabetically.
This list provides repository-based filtering.
You can select to see the contents of all the repositories or only the selected repository.
This list is available only if you have enterprise plugin repositories configured.
|This list provides category-based filtering. You can select to see all the plugins or only ones belonging to the selected category.|
Type the string to be found.
As you type, the list of plugins changes: only the plugins whose names and descriptions contain the specified string are shown.
If you want PyCharm to remember the search string, press EnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnterEnter.
To bring the plugin list back to its initial state, delete the text in the search box or click .
To access the list of memorized search strings, click .
|Name, Downloads, Rating and Date||The plugins in the list may be ordered (ascending or descending) by any of the columns. To do that, click the column name.|
|HTTP Proxy Settings||If you access the Internet via an HTTP proxy, click this button and specify the HTTP proxy settings.|
|Manage repositories||Click this button to create or edit the list of enterprise plugin repositories in the Custom Plugin Repositories dialog.|