This question already has an answer here:
Sorry in advance if I missed another question on this topic. I searched for everything I could think of, but I didn't find anything with a solution to my problem.
I am quite new to GIS tools and recently georeferenced a map of Germany. I didn't notice that I did a poor job on it though and although in some parts it is correct other's are way off. The problem I have now is that I created a vector layer with line objects based on the wrong georeferencing I did on the map.
I know I can fix the original georeferencing quite easily, but is there a way though to fix the vector layer more or less automatically? Is there any way I can somehow adjust the position of the objects in my vector layer according to the new georeferencing of that map? I would very much like to avoid having to manually create all those line objects again, but don't know how I could possibly fix it otherwise.
Thanks a lot to anyone who can help me with this, it's much appreciated! :)
Edit: I forgot to mention, I am using Quantum GIS 1.8, but if it was possible with any other Freeware I'd be open to try that