Have you tried the pastie that I listed in your previous thread? It includes 
code to pull from the Google Maps API without any API key necessary. It assumes 
jQuery, but you could easily change it to any other library or none at all.

<r:locations:each> is available on every page.

On Dec 10, 2009, at 11:39 PM, Steven Southard wrote:

> That's great news.  Yes, I am using your fork, thank you for making  
> it.  I looked around a little and I'm not sure how to make locations  
> available to all page types.  Right now if I don't have "location  
> finder" selected I don't get a map. I want to use "event archive" as  
> my page type.
> Steven
> On Dec 10, 2009, at 8:29 PM, Jim Gay wrote:
>> Are you using my fork of the location extension? Because you can do  
>> exactly that.
>> http://github.com/saturnflyer/radiant-location-extension/
>> On Dec 10, 2009, at 6:38 PM, Steven Southard wrote:
>>> I'd really like to have a map and a list of events on the same page.
>>> I initially had the page as event archive showing it's children as
>>> events but I also wanted to add a map using locations.  I'd really
>>> like to use more than one page type.  This use to happen to me with
>>> mailer then an awesome thing happened and you no longer needed to
>>> choose mailer for page type.  Is there a way to make locations
>>> available on all pages?
>>> Steven
>>> http://www.stevensouthard.com
>> Jim Gay
>> http://www.saturnflyer.com

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