I've recently upgraded to Pop_OS 20.04. I've installed PyCharm Professional using Flatpak and whenever I create an interpreter, it's always showing what I assume to be the flatpak packaged 3.7 and will not see my actual system interpreter. I can create a virtual environment manually on the terminal, everything works fine. I see the folder in pycharm but pycharm is not seeing any of the packages I have installed in that virtual environment. I can pip list on the terminal and they are all there, I can run the project no problem and it works just fine. I just can't get PyCharm on the flatpak install to see the same things the rest of my system is seeing. I am also unable to use on the terminal the venv that is created within pycharm. I just get a ModuleNotFound Error when I try to run pip.
This was not an issue on Pop_OS 19.10. When I attempt to select the system interpreter within pycharm, the /usr/bin/python* output I see does not match what is actually on the system.
Any tips? Do I need to wait for an updated Pycharm flatpak? The snap version of PyCharm Professional doesn't have this problem, but it has some other quirks that I am not looking to deal with. I prefer the flatpak.