The method he mentions in that other thread, where you can adjust four valves, rotate it 360 degrees and then adjust the other four, is the method listed in my Honda manul. Easy....if everything has already been adjusted before.
We figured it out. Basically, tightened up slightly on ALL adjusters...just to get us closer than a mile away. Then, set it on the 1.4 mark, tried to determine if the #1 cyl. was on compression stroke and adjusted the 4 valves listed. Turned the engine over once and figured out that #1 was NOT on compression stroke, but #4 was.
Readjusted for #1 again, rotated engine, adjusted four remaining valves.
Adjusted cam chain again (we had done it after the re-assembly), rotated the engine a couple of times and rechecked all clearances. That got it.