I'm trying to save a shapefile that came in EPGS:3005 coordinate system, so all the shapefile polygon points have 6 or 7 digits before the decimal point (e.g. 1223282.8231), and I want to save/convert the shapefile to EPGS:4326 or any other CRS that has 2 or 3 digits before the decimal point (i.e. longitude and latitude to be processed and uploaded to Google My Maps.
I've tried all the methods shown here, and it appears like the layer properties have been saved as EPGS:4326, but when I run my python script (that creates the KML file for Google Maps) all the coordinates are still in the 6 or 7 digit format. How do I fix this?