The problem with taking any slack out of the clutch when it's hot is that there won't be enough, if any, slack when it's cold. If you read what I said, it is "ONLY" if you are having a "HOT" weather problem. There is no problem with doing what I said. You "may" have to readjust for what you call cold weather, in which I never ride any way. If it's under 50 deg. for the high, I don't ride. I am talking about a slight adjustment btw.
What I meant by "cold" is the temperature of the engine when it has cooled down to ambient temperature. Mine always has more slack when the engine is hot but it's just right after it has set for 24 hours.
Sorry for the confusion.