I am using QGIS 1.8 (I know old version), and uploaded a CSV file with coordinates. The underlying base map is from Google, using the OpenLayers plugin. This base map uses WGS84-EPSG:3857, and my vector points from the CSV are using WGS84-EPSG:4326. This difference shouldn't be a problem I thought to have read in here:
The strange thing is that, my points appear on the map just about 30 kilometres next to the actual location. If I used the wrong projection or coordinate system then the point would have been on the other side of the world. A colleague of me uses the exact same file and we think he enters the same settings, at least the same CRS, and his points are in the right spot. Does anyone knows what the problem might be?