Every time I open Writer (or any other app from the suite) this happens. Notice the taskbar:
First it opens several instances, then it goes to one with some generic icon, not the one specific for the Writer. This doesn’t happen in X11. I also tried it in Fedora KDE (on Wayland) and it works without the mentioned issue.
I think you mean you see two (not several) icons (not instances). Am I wrong?
IMO it looks like the extra icon is for the splash screen/window. It is a separate process/window, so it gets an icon. I don’t know much about this behavior on any Wayland DE, so someone that can test it, or share experience might make us more knowledgeable .
It’s supposed to open and you’ll see two icons in the task bar that are the same and then the far right one closes. I’m running Kde on X11. Sometimes it doesn’t show two icons if it opens quicker. Not a generic icon either.
Yeah, I guess the only issue is why it’s opening X-server(you can see it briefly in the taskbar) and why it isn’t using the icon for Writer (same with Impress and the other apps). It’s using the icon for Libreoffice start center. It’s not a big of a deal, tbf, for some reason it’s happening only on Wayland session.