I am importing tracks from my GPS using the GPS Tool in QGIS. I check the layer CRS and it shows WGS 84 but when I try and view the layer in my project which has a CRS of EPSG:2193 the coordinates are still lat and log (i.e. native WGS84).
I have the same data on another computer and that works fine. I have compared all the setting that I can think of (Project Properties and Setting->Options) between the two system and all the ones I looked at are the same so far as I can tell.
In particular I have made sure that "settings->options->CRS->'on the fly projection' is checked.
I am pretty sure that I have had this issue before but can't remember how I solved it.
What setting do I need to get QGIS to automatically convert the wgs84 layer to project projection? Alternatively what setting might I have inadvertently turned on that might have broken this?
later: I worked through the various things that people suggested (thanks very for the suggestions BTW) I and still could not figure out what the problem was so I then started from scratch again and now everything works as expected. Sigh...
I have been in IT long enough to know that when things just don't work as they should cycling power (or the software equivalent there of) should be tried before shouting "HELP!"
not sure of the etiquette here -- should I mark this as answered?