In case anyone's interested, here are all the CSXS Events Fireworks supports.
com.adobe.csxs.events.FWSelectionChangeEvent com.adobe.csxs.events.internal.ims.FetchAccessToken com.adobe.csxs.events.StopDebug com.adobe.csxs.events.StartDebug com.adobe.csxs.events.ExecutableExit com.adobe.csxs.events.UserOffline com.adobe.csxs.events.UserOnline com.adobe.csxs.events.AppOffline com.adobe.csxs.events.AppOnline com.adobe.csxs.events.AdminOffline com.adobe.csxs.events.AdminOnline com.adobe.csxs.events.CheckSMSUpdate com.adobe.csxs.events.AppDeactivated com.adobe.csxs.events.AppActivated com.adobe.csxs.events.ExtensionUnloaded com.adobe.csxs.events.ExtensionLoaded com.adobe.csxs.events.Logout com.adobe.csxs.events.CancelLogin com.adobe.csxs.events.Login
I painstakingly extracted these from Fireworks' exe after refusing to believe Fireworks didn't have any CSXS events and because momma didn't make no quitters. What's disappointing is that the only event that actually deals with what's happening in the DOM is com.adobe.csxs.events.FWSelectionChangeEvent, and even that I suspect was added recently for the sake of the CSS Properties panel. Shame on you, Fireworks Developers. Also what in the world does CheckSMSUpdate do? Can I send texts from Fireworks?
Also for interested parties here is a small write up on what I've found about building Fireworks extensions with CSXS... Fireworks CSXS Notes
have you grep-ed them from the exec?
I've had mixed results doing that in PS - some stuff appears to be missing, other unknown stuff appeared.
There's a particular application I used (in Windows, not OS X) that extracted the strings from the .exe. Not sure how this would work on OS X.