Using the drawing you posted, which parts do you undo and put where?
The arrow for Cable Adjustment is pointed almost directly at the rod ends that are bolted into the Translator, which is also identified with a label. From the top side of the Translator, remove the nuts holding each of the Cable Adjustment ends that are bolted into the translator. Then remove the Ends from the Translater from below, loosen the lock nuts and turn each of the Cable Adjustment ends 180 degrees and retighten the lock nuts so the bolts are now facing down, and put the bolts back into the Translator from above, then the nuts will need to be put on from below. This, plus the adjustment, is why it's WAAAY easier with the boot removed.
I had issues when I first did it getting into reverse. I made some adjustments that fixed reverse, but then I couldn't get into 5th. Then I quit trying to adjust it with the 4 degree angle offset or whatever the manual says...don't remember exactly. I figured that was correct for the stock configuration, but it wasn't working for me. Instead, I loosened the pinch bolt (just under the label Translator Tie Rod) so the Cross Shaft Extension could move freely, put the transmission in 5th by hand using the Translator at the gear box , put the gear lever in 5th, and tightened the pinch bolt in place. The pinch tries to move when tightening, so I used pliers to block it from sliding down the shaft while I tightened the pinch bolt. Everything lines up perfectly now. I think it's the best it's shifted in years.
Did that description make any sense?
PS. That was just what I had to do...if you try it, I wouldn't adjust anything at first. I'd reverse the Ends on the Translator and see how it shifts. I suspect mine gradually drifted out of adjustment anyway prior to doing this, and I was just so used to it after all these years, that I didn't notice.