Regarding the icon path, that's expected: if the icon was set to
"libreoffice-writer", the deb package for libreoffice wasn't installed,
and the current theme didn't have an icon for libreoffice-writer (on my
setup only the HighContrast theme has one), then the shell wouldn't be
able to display an icon for the app. Snaps can't install icons under
/usr/share/icons/, and the shell isn't aware of icons shipped inside

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  Librroffice Snap uses the adwaita gtk theme and direct path to icon

Status in libreoffice package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Ubuntu 17.10

  Installed the snap via 
  sudo snap install libreoffice --candidate


  Libreoffice 6 snap uses adwaita gtk

  Libreoffice 6 snap uses a hard path to the icon instead of the
  freedesktop spec

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