I want to draw both an UTM coordinate grid as well as a geographic coordinates grid (lat, lon) on a map in the QGIS print layout window as shown here.
- GeoTIFF layers with tfw files as .zip archives downloaded from here.
- Add layer to project (still default project CRS EPSG:4326 as layer has no CRS set yet)
- Set layer CRS to EPSG:5652 (UTM 32N)
- Layer no longer visible (even with zoom to layer) and following warning messages appear:
WARNING Could not reproject layer extent: Could not transform bounding box to target CRS
WARNING Transform error caught: Could not transform bounding box to target CRS
- Set project CRS to layer CRS (both are now EPSG:5652)
- Layer is visible again
- UTM coordinates at the bottom of the window are correct (double-checked with this)
- Create new layout and add map (use project CRS)
- Add new UTM grid (not necessary but shows project CRS grids are working and correct)
- Add second grid
- CRS: EPSG:4326 - WGS84
- Interval: Map Units (no 'CRS Units' available as suggested in some older posts)
- X: 0.01; Y: 0.005 (in decimal degrees this should show up in the section above, but higher and lower values were tried as well)
- => no new grid is drawn
What I tried
- same result with several different CRSs
- added transformations between desired CRSs under Project->Properties->Transformations->Add
- added OpenTopoMap as XYZ Tiles to UTM Project
- Possibly related to this issue?
How can I draw both grids? What am I missing? I am new to QGIS and self-taught, so I might be missing something obvious.
|QGIS version||Operating System|
|3.32.3 Lima||Windows 10|