Prusa i3 MK3 latest release first layer calibration issues

I am trying to get my first layer calibrating done but no matter what I do, I can not get the lines sticking to the bed.

My first question is the distance of the P.I.N.D.A. What I did was what Prusa recommends on this pic:

I am using Prusa Slic3r with PLA and all default values. I am doing the first layer calibration of the setup menu and got the lines which you can remove and the last square which the nozzle is picking up so you don't have it on the print bed. The very first line on the left corner is not really squeezed. I am looking for some greenhorn help here.

When you have homed the printer, you should end up with the nozzle at a certain level where the sensor trigger point is now defined in relation to the bed. Next step is to relate the trigger point to the nozzle level, instruct the nozzle to go down to the build plate (placing a sheet of paper on the plate) by using the buttons of the menu to move the Z axis. When you feel friction when you pull the piece of paper, you reached the correct offset. Now store the value you read from the Z axis display as Z offset in the menu. Alternatively use G-code M851 Z-x.xx, where x.xx is the value you read from the display. M500 will store it in memory.