This is a great question and if I see from the screenshot you are using the continue If inside of an “If Error” card. If that is the case then this help documentation will be really useful.
NOTE: Return and Continue-If will typically end a FLO but behave differently when inside a Try or If Error block. Think of Try or If Error blocks as anonymous child FLOs – and just as when you call a child FLO, a Return returns you to the parent. So, a Return or Continue-If (when false) inside a Try or If Error block proceeds to the step immediately after the If Error container. Use Throw or Throw If, or a Continue-If outside the If Error, you want to halt the FLO rather than continue.
You can always check for notes of help at the bottom of any card in a FLO for special details by finding this symbol:
Let me know if this makes sense! You are on the right track though.