Unable to install packages to enviroment

I'm trying to use PyCharm on my new machine which works on Windows 8 Pro. Unfortunately I have some problem to install any additional packages to default or virtual environment. When I go to Settings -> Python Interpreters -> Select Interpreter -> Packages -> Install and type for example django, then I don't have any results for my request. In Manage Repositories I have set default url http://pypi.python.org/pypi.
But if I attach to my project reauiremnts.txt then all packages are installed. Do you have any advices what could be the reason of this problem? How can I normal find, install, update packages under Windows 8 like on other systems?
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I have just tried the new PyCharm 2.7 trial as well and can confirm that the same issue happens on Linux systems as well. You can no longer search for a package or install/upgrade an existing one.

I would believe it's because of the new package documentation repository moved to pythonhosted.org as confirmed on (https://pypi.python.org/pypi).

Jetbrains to comment please.
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Just like to confirm this is the case on Win 8 Pro as well.
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Same issue on OSX 10.8 and Windows 8. Seems to be related to pypi. Jetbrains please comment?
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The problem is caused by some changes in the server side of PyPI. We plan to resolve the compatibility and include the fix in the release of PyCharm 2.7.1, which is planned for this week. See http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/PY-8962 for status information.
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