Task manager - Firefox - only one icon shown in task manager

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Using plasma/wayland on Fedora 34, I have noticed recently that if I invoke
Firefox, then an icon (with text) appears in the task manager. However, any
subsequent invocations of Firefox, via the system tray, do not appear - no
icon, no text.

For my set up, I have configured the task manager such that applications should
show an icon with text, no grouping and no sorting, and using 2 rows maximum.
(I rarely have many applications open at once.) I have added the Firefox
application icon to the panel.

This used to work fine, but some recent change must have occurred. The problem
does not occur, for example, with konsole or chrome, they show multiple
icons/text if invoked multiple times - it just seems to be Firefox that only
appears once. I can, of course, get around the problem by using Alt-Tab to show
open windows.

Has anyone else noticed this? Or anyone any ideas of how to get the former
behaviour - multiple icons/text? I wouldn't have thought that Firefox itself
has an option to deal with the KDE panel/task manager. I have tried looking
(googling) for something specific to Firefox and the task manager, but can't
really find anything relevant.

O/S: Fedora 34
Kwin-wayland: 5.22.4
Kf5-plasma: 5.83.0
Firefox: 90.0.2



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