I do not have access to the owners manual.
Usual positions of compression is at the bottom = Count click from closed position. Do not twist any farther you feel the screw kind of ramp up to the next click is tighten no further, roll back to that last click, this is now closed.
Top adjust is the rebound screw = Same 'find the middle' of clicks to begin setting this one.
Sag = This is spring or chassis balance, where the horizontal sit is level to the rider's compression weight to the bike's frame fore and aft.
Compression = If you have a hard compression, the time it takes to return is more like slow down the action, see the air gap of the tire to ground.
Rebound = This works the compression's speed to clean the air gap, or follow the road without an air gap.
Tire patch fore or aft = This is where you plow the front end/finish off wide/back end comes out too soon/dives in quick/can watch the second hand move on your watch before the rest of the bike follows in kind of wheel plant. The closer to the frame is the patch, the quicker the turn. The wider out from the frame, the chopper look and more stable at higher speeds. Too close to the frame, shopping cart wobble is now in a wobble I drop/raise the forks/tilt the back up or down are the black art movements.
How close am I to the book?