Groovy Quick Documentation Lookup

Quick Documentation Lookup (CTRL+Q) of Groovy methods and classes (either those in my module or GDK) is not working for me in Idea 9 or 9.0.1

I have tried attaching the Groovy Docs to the Groovy project library in the module settings in various forms.  By refering to the groovy-docs-1.7.0.zip, by expanding this zip and refering to the html/api, html/gapi and html/gdk directories

However, Java classes that I reference, both JDK and those in other modules work a-ok, even if they are used from my Groovy classes.  Only CTRL+Q doesn't work

Is there a specific directory structure for the documentation that Idea is looking for? (eg can I add a zip file containing just /html or do the subdirs have to specified seperately)

To test, I created a dummy Groovy class with the following method

/**
* This is a test of groovy doc
*/
def docTest() {
   return [1,2,3,4].collect { it * 2}
}


Pressing CTRL+Q on either the collect or doctest results in No Documentation Found

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I found this issue IDEA-46254 which may seem relevant, but its 14 months old - I thought I had Groovy docs working in Idea 8 at some stage!
Please vote for this one.

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Update, this issue has been marked as fixed in build 94.196

Will try in the latest public EAP release that encompasses this build when available.

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