Apologies in advance for the potential for this to be a duplicate question, I've had a good look, and I can't see a solution that I understand well enough to help me.
I have my project CRS set to a local UTM projection, however when I add a map from OpenLayers the project CRS changes to EPSG:3857. When I add a grid in Composer, I need to display the longs and lats of the local UTM, not the OpenLayers coordinate reference system.
I understand that I need to have the project CRS the same as the OpenLayers CRS, but is there a way I can:
- save and reproject the section of the OpenLayers raster into my local UTM, so it still lines up with my vector layers or
- display the appropriate coordinates on the grid, despite the project CRS being in EPSG:3857.
This is an issue that I have with many of my maps, where I use aerial imagery for my base layers, but need to display local coordinates in my final map.
Will there be an easy solution to this in QGIS 2.0?