Bug report #296
second shape vector layer added is not displayed
|Affected QGIS version:||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||Linux||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||Resolution:||fixed|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||Copied to github as #:||10355|
1. add a first shape vector layer - it is displayed
2. add another one, more/less located within the same region - it's not displayed
Turning layers of/on doesn't help. Refreshing neither.
#2 Updated by Redmine Admin about 15 years ago
Partly my bad. The reason of the mess is that the two shapefiles are in differnet projections.
But I didn't notice that at first QGIS didn't handle the situation:
1. add layer odra_glogow_brzeg.shp - it is rendered
2. add the rzeki_ds.shp, it is not - nothing changes on the display
3. so I zoom to rzeki_ds layer extent, as my first reaction, and the extend changes but I still don't see my second layer! I still see the odra_glogow_brzeg one, zoomed-out, instead!
4. only when I 'zoom to full', I can see them both, separated with a big distance
5. but again, if I zoom to each particular layer's full extent, I always get only the odra_glogow_brzeg layer displayed, in two diffrent zoom levels
This is a real bug. I'm attaching the shapefiles.
A related wish: IMO, if on-the-fly projection is disabled, QGIS should inform the user that the second layer he is trying to open is in a different projection and ask if he want's to enable the on-the-fly projection using one of the 2 projections (user chooses which one).