Can somebody explain what shift and toleranc on dt means?

I cant find a answer anywhere and idk what it means please explain.Skärmbild 2021-02-21 125952
(idk if this is a newcomer question and if it is im not new i just never was told what tf it means, i dont even know why i saying this…)

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Higher tolerance = Slower but more consistent DT (I would use 0 however don’t go higher than 1)

Higher shift = Faster DT (I recommend using between 12-14)

I personally wouldn’t use any DT scripts on OT but this one might be good so give it a try.

thx so much!! finally i know (yes its onetap and the reviews of the scripts says its good)