Built-in Robot keywords appear as not found

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Hi,

When reading a .robot file, built in keywords appear as not found.

Also all Selenium2Library keywords, too. For those, I have:

"Library Selenium2Library"

How to resolve this?

thanks in advance,

Steve

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Hi Steven,

Thank you for contacting PyCharm support.

Could you please, if possible, provide a code sample or screenshot demonstrating the problem?

Kind regards,

Sergey

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There are several issue even though all keywords are highlighted. I assume that indicates that they are recognized and then I can right-click on them and be taken to the declaration.

1) Sometimes I can right-click on "Sleep" and be directed to the Builtin.py Sleep function. Other times it says "keyword definition not found".

2) For the keywords defined in the library Selenium2Library such as "Wait Until Page Contains Elment", "Element Should Contain", etc, all show "keyword definition not found when I hover over it.

 

The top of my file has this.

Thanks,

Steve

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Hi, PyCharm has no support for Robot framework out of the box, you should report the issue to the plugin vendor. The plugin list can be found in Settings | Plugins.

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Hi,

When reading a .robot file in pycharm built in keywords appear as not found.

Also all SeleniumLibrary keywords, too.

How to resolve this?

thanks in advance

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If you're using the Robot Framework plugin (https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/7415-robot-framework-support), please report the issue to the respective issue tracker: https://github.com/AmailP/robot-plugin/issues

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