The issue comes in both ways.
alzander wrote: * Does this happen only when you are logged in with a social network, or does it happen when you login using standard Joomla credentials as well?
alzander wrote: * If you go to the JFBConnect -> Usermap area, that will check for any incorrect 'mappings' between social networks and Joomla accounts. It should try to auto-correct them as well. Please go there and see if any messages appear or if any of the rows don't look right (mainly, if they don't have any Joomla information about the user).
There isn't a button. Just loading the page will run some checks to make sure there are no issues with the users.
I couldn't see any error neither an auto correct button.
I'm not sure what topic you're referencing here.
I found that topic but it didn't worked on me.
Again, can you let me know what User plugins you have enabled? Also, check if there are any system plugins enabled that may alter the logout flow. Plugins can change how the logout process goes and may be causing the error you're running into.
Are there any other suggestions to solve it?
Can you test with the standard mod_login module? That's the built-in Joomla login module. If the logout issue happens with that, it indicates the problem is not related to JFBConnect.
If it only happens with the SCLogin module, check the "Logout Redirection" setting configured in the module to make sure it's a proper menu item that should be redirected to.
If you're getting the same error with the standard Joomla login module, it indicates that JFBConnect is not the cause of the problem. It sounds like there's some other issue on your system that is causing the redirects to a 404 page. That could be another system or user plugin trying to redirect users after authentication, an SEF configuration issue, or various other things.
I did test it
I have one module at url
I get the same error.
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