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The add-on is enabled by default. From now on, when you close the Facebook window, the add-on will log you out.

It will also log you out after 60 seconds of inactivity, which might not be enough for you. To increase the auto-logout time, www click Firefox in logout top left, facebook Add-ons, then Options next to Facebook Auto-Logout.

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Facebook changes this every now www then, so you have to watch out for that. This only works facebook the browser, but the nice thing about doing it this way is that the user doesn't have to wait logout the JavaScript library to load.

It will also log you out after 60 seconds of inactivity, which might not be enough for you. To increase the auto-logout time, just click Firefox in the top left, then Add-ons, then Options next to Facebook Auto-Logout. Change the number in the box near the bottom.

I assume you're calling this method from inside a button/link? If that's the case, that's why the "return false" is required. It's not missing in the facebook documentation - if you want to prevent a link/button's default action (ex. the href) from executing, you will need to return false, otherwise it will navigate before your onclick handler finishes.

– Tom Lianza Jan 21 '10 at 23:55

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      22.05.2016 XGamer:
      Facebook changes this every now and then, so you have to watch out for that.

      30.04.2016 Vlad_Hevdawev:
      From now on, when logout close the Facebook window, the add-on will log you out. It will also log you out after 60 seconds of www, which might not be enough facebook you.

      11.05.2016 Danil_Malyuk:
      Same for Login() so basically you will need to use the java-script version.

      14.05.2016 Matthew_Wilson:
      If you just want a simple link to log out the user, you can form a url like this: Just replace ACCESS_TOKEN and REDIRECT with the appropriate values.

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