[TH] Log Out Link

[TH] Log Out Link 1.0.0

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Jon W

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Waindigo submitted a new resource:

Log Out Link by Waindigo - Provides a Log Out button in the main navigation link bar


This add-on puts back the Log Out button removed in XenForo 1.2.

  • Upload contents of upload folder to root directory, overwriting any existing files.
  • Install addon-Waindigo_LogOutLink.xml file.
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When I go to install the add-on, I get this error: Please enter a valid callback method (Waindigo_LogOutLink_Listener_ControllerPreDispatch::controllerPreDispatch).

Jon W

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When I go to install the add-on, I get this error: Please enter a valid callback method (Waindigo_LogOutLink_Listener_ControllerPreDispatch::controllerPreDispatch).
Please make sure you have uploaded all the files correctly before running the installer.


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Is there an easier way to install your add ons? In other words, your add on folders are all named The same thing ( i have another one of your add ons) and it wants to override one another when installing the logout button. I would like this add-on but its a tough one for me. Any help would be appreciated.


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@tommydamic68 the mod is inside a folder with the name of the creator, so the structure is like /library/Waindigo/ThreadNavigation .
The reason why you get the message is caused by the fact that your program finds the folder named Waindigo but if it is a different addon it wont overwrite anything cause the next addon goes into /library/Waindigo/UserCriteria which is a totally different folder. You could try this on Linux and Windows for Deskto and it will behave the same way (at least it should by default).

Jon W

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Make sure you are uploading to the correct place. You need to upload everything inside the upload folder in the zip file to the root folder of your XenForo installation.

Once uploaded, make sure that there are several folders in the library/Waindigo folder, including Install and Listener.