JoeFootball wrote:Right-click on the KDE Wallet icon, and select "Configure Wallet...", and uncheck all three "Close..." options on the "Wallet Preferences" tab. This will leave the wallet open all the time so that you don't have to open it every time use Gmail, unless you restart your system.
ForeverNoob wrote:...leave a wallet open at all times, even after a restart, or grant unlimited access to a wallet for a specific application?
richyrich wrote:Open System Settings, change to the Advanced tab, and double-click the KDE Wallet. In the new window, click the Launch Wallet Manager button down near the bottom right corner. Another new window, double-click the kdewallet icon, accept once or always, new window, go to File -> Change Password . . leave it BLANK, click Okay, choose YES when it tells you that the password is un-secure . . . you will never have the popup again !
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