Feature request #1909
Prompt user for CRS when layers CRS is not detected.
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When a user loads a raster w/o projection, QGIS (obviously) can not detect its projection, so it sets it to either the project wide default CRS, the global default CRS or prompt for CRS.
Imagine a new QGIS user who has a bunch of Arcinfo/ASCII grids (which has no CRS) which were created in an assortment of projections. QGIS will magically transforms them all into the global default CRS!
It would be better to tell the user that the CRS was not detected and prompt the user to select a CRS.
#1 Updated by luca76 - almost 14 years ago
I agree to it.
#2 Updated by Magnus Homann almost 14 years ago
- Status changed from Open to In Progress
I don't get it. The selector is there to enable this behaviour, if you set it to "prompt for CRS" you get exactly this functionality?
Imagine insetad a user opening a bunch of layers that has no CRs, but he wants it set to the project wide CRS...
#3 Updated by Giovanni Manghi almost 14 years ago
- Resolution set to invalid
- Status changed from In Progress to Closed
This is already possible: go to
options -> CRS
and select "prompt for CRS" (when layer is loaded that has no CRS).
You have also two other possible configurations:
- project wide default CRS will be used
- global default CRS displayed below will be used