slogin displaying warnig after login

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3 years 1 week ago #8583 by WASIM RAJA
Hello sir,
I install recently slogin at my site iotaclasses.com, now I found some warnings after login at above user menu, "Warning: sprintf(): Too few arguments in /home/zqpvwbw8rlgn/public_html/iotaclasses.com/portal/libraries/src/Language/Text.php on line 321" can you please assist me why is it showing warnings? and how to resolve it?

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3 years 1 week ago #8587 by JoomLine
Hello. Reduce the level of error output in the site settings.
Judging by the text of the error, it is not related to Slogin.

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