After upgrading from Fedora 33 to Fedora 44, KDE no longer runs the scripts in $HOME/.config/autostart-scripts on login. System Settings > Startup and Shutdown > Autostart shows lists all of my startup scripts, so the problem isn't KDE being unable to find them. However, $HOME/.config/plasma-workspace/env scripts are still sourced at login and $HOME/.config/plasma-workspace/shutdown scripts still run at logout.
I'm running KDE under X11 instead of Wayland, if that makes a difference.
F34 plasma is configured to use systemd user sessions, this is likely a systemd-xdg-autostart-generator issue.
I have the same problem, What do you mean by "systemd-xdg-autostart-generator issue" ?
It's a systemd bug, not a plasma one, references include:
Systemd maintainers, the aforementioned issue (and subsquent) PR, is that something that could be included in fedora's systemd packaging?
It's affecting user-configured autostart items in plasma.