RIDE的testcase edit界面显示异常/空白

问题描述:
在电脑A通过运行exe安装python后,把python38文件夹拷贝到另一台电脑B(Python\Python38)。
在电脑B的Python文件夹安装pip,并安装Selenium2Library, robotframework, wxPython, robotframework-ride
安装成功,环境配置成功
电脑B运行ride.py,RIDE的testcase edit界面显示异常/空白(如图)

此时cmd的报错信息:
module 'urllib' has no attribute 'Request'

尝试过的方法:
1、在ride.py添加import urllib.request
2、安装urllib3
3、添加requests packages,及配套的certifi, idna;Django packages,和pytz, sqlparse, chardet等。
以上,均未解决问题。

希望有大神可以帮助解答,谢谢!

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Kescinco_ping
Kesinco_ping 回复IceKing12138: 我选择了python版本重装回python3.7.5 就没有问题了 虽然有点不愿意哈哈
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HAGUU
HAGUU 回复Kescinco_ping: 没,挽尊
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IceKing12138
IceKing12138 回复Kescinco_ping: 同问
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Kescinco_ping
Kesinco_ping 我安装了最新python38及robotframework框架环境后也是出现了此问题,请问解决了吗
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重装python版本python3.7.5

Kescinco_ping
Kesinco_ping 回复HAGUU: 嗯嗯我就是python版本重装回python3.7.5后就好了
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HAGUU
HAGUU 可以回头试试!
2 个月之前 回复

已经解决如上问题,最新的python3.8和robot的兼容性有问题,请使用3.7.5版本的python

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