Using the default settings after installing Google Chrome in Linux (Fedora 16 with KDE) will result in KDE Wallet authorization window constantly popping up when Chrome accesses the values in there. I found that in KDE Wallet Configuration, tab Access Control, there was no entry for Google Chrome. Then I ran KWalletManager and just kept it open. The next time Chrome requested passwords or form data the pop-up was different. Among other options it prompted me to "Allow Always". Selecting yes resulted in a record being stored in KDE Wallet Configuration and now the authorization request dialog does not appear any more.