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In G4, for reasons specific to the implementation of these processes (and explained in the documentation of them), we can have some ContinuousProcesses which nevertheless have an associated PostStep DoIt (these are so called ContinuousDiscreteProcess). In such cases, they may set the G4ForceCondition 'Forced' or 'StronglyForced', in which case, their associated PostStep DoIt is also executed together with the DoIt of the PostStep process which limited the step.
G4VMultipleScattering is one important such process. Others are, G4Scintillation, G4Cerenkov (both, for the reason that multiple scattering has a PostStepDoIt which moves the end point of a step), and G4VTransitionRatiation.
But in general, you are absolutely correct.