[Qgis-user] Qgis and Google
custard at westnet.com.au
Fri Sep 9 03:19:24 EDT 2011
Assuming that your project CRS is correct, then It's probably an interaction effect.
The way it was explained to me is that the google bits are tiled images that are designed to be viewed at predetermined scales.
QGIS will let you view them
at scales other than this, and when that happens you get an offset.
Usually when I first load up a google layer the offset is bad, but if I zoom out or in a bit it usually gets it's act together until I do something odd like zoom right in.
BTW the OpenLayers
Plugin is much better supported.
On 09/09/2011, at 14:44, "Starke Holger, Mag." <Starke at hagel.at> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I´ve a Problem with the Google Maps Layers.
> I added a Google Maps Layer using the "Google Layers" Plugin (Projection: EPSG:900913). Then I added an own Polygon-Layer (EPSG:31287) and enabled the "On the fly"-Transformation Option before. Both Layers are displayed, but there is an offset of about 20 meters. Is that due to inaccuracy of the transformation or is it a bug in QGIS?
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