I found this python script described as...
Seems to do as I want.
A small Python tool for shell access to GNOME keyring. It provides a simple way to query and create keyring items.
I can use it to add a password to gnome keyring and also retrieve.
When I add with something like this, it then asks to put in the password to be saved.
I put the password in and then it outputs an ID.
Then to retrieve...
glen@Quantal:~$ gkeyring --set -n mylogin -p mylogin=1
I googled for a sed script to put spaces between the characters of a string
gkeyring --id 12 --output secret --no-newline
so when used with xdotool it would recognize the output as individual characters.
Now,using easystroke, I have a spare mouse button to autoType my password whenever authentication is required...including the lockscreen.
xdotool key --delay 50 `gkeyring --id 12 --output secret --no-newline | sed 's/./& /g'` Return
Not really needed...I just wanted to see if it could be done.