How did you add your background map(s)? Perhaps with the OpenLayers
It is a known-issue of this plugin that it has a false offset in print
composer. You can use the "Quick Map Services" plugin instead of the
"OpenLayers" plugin and your print composer/print outs should be fine.
On 2016-07-04 13:00, FAKT - Assistant wrote:
> Hello everybody from Germany!
> I'm a beginner in using QGIS for mapping. And now I have my first problem
> with it, I hope someone can help me with it.
> Thanks already in advance!
> I use QGIS 2.14.1 "Essen".
> I've added a map from OpenStreetMap and a satellite picture from the area I
> want to map. I added also some rectangles etc.
> All maps were added with the coordinated reference system "EPSG: 3857 WGS 84/
> Pseudo Mercator".
> When I check the coordinates with Google Earth they are all right.
> But when I open the print composer and add my map which I made with the help
> of OpenStreetMap and satellite picture something is wrong. When I add a new
> grid it shows some values which not match with the coordinates in the editing
> mode. The values start with 0 in the corners and it seems like there is
> missing the connection between the grid in the editing mode and the grid in
> the print composer. But I don't have an idea how to fix it.
> Can someone of you tell me how I can solve the problem?
> Thank you very much for your efforts!!!
> Greetings from Germany
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