Yep. Those extra clicks are "trim" positions, allowing smaller movements to avoid chain rub in various gear combinations. Shimano uses fewer clicks, making them more "indexed", but also requiring more precise cable tension adjustment. With Campy, there's a little more forgiveness in installation, but the tradeoff is that you sometimes have to pay a little more attention when you shift -- in effect, the Campy lever is a multi-position ratchet rather than an indexing system. I like the Campy approach. If you get chain rub after a front or rear shift, a click of the lever erases it.
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