Technically resolving fate cards doesn't qualify as its own framework event, simply due to the fact that it is part of the *resolve edge battle* framework event. (yes, I know I'm being nitpicky, but so are a lot of the people on here, and I'm one of the few that will be nice about it).
I'd like you to expand on your supposition if you would, please. In the diagram on page 31, there is what appears to be a framework event text box that says, "Reveal edge stacks, resolve fate cards and resolve edge battle."
Are none of those framework events because they share the same text box? Is "resolve fate cards" alone not a framework event? Or are you saying that they're all framework events, but resolving any particular fate card during the "resolve fate cards" framework event would not qualify as a framework effect?
If the latter is the case, would resolving any specific icon on a card being focused to strike also not qualify as a framework effect (e.g. dealing unit damage as a result of resolving a strike)?
For whatever you believe is the most correct answer, what RAW-based reasons support it?
There's that acronym again… I'm not familiar with RAW or RAI or anything similar when trying to interpret rules. I'm assuming, though, that it has something to do with wording vs. intention, or something along those lines…
Moving forward, I'm not sure what else you would like me to contribute to this conversation… Framework events are occurences in a game that cannot be avoided (can be skipped through certain card effects in other LCGs, but nothing I'm aware of in this one yet), and cannot be interrupted except by appropriate interrupts, to use SW:LCG terminology. Most reactions occur after framework events, not during, and between framework events (usually, but with a few exceptions where there is no window between), you can perform player actions.
the "Reveal edge stacks, resolve fate cards and resolve edge battle" framework event is just that… ONE framework event with 3 parts (and multiple subparts as dbmeboy pointed out, if you have several fate cards in the stack).
resolving fate cards is not it's own framework event because it is a step inside the "Reveal edge stacks, resolve fate cards and resolve edge battle" framework event.
In any game that uses the unique structure of FFG's LCGs, framework events are broken down into steps. I think what's tripping you up (and probably would me, if I weren't familiar with FFG's structures through hours and hours of rules debates in my local meta about AGoT) is that the engagement resolution window is full of it's own framework events and action windows. Just treat it as an optional "phase" for the purposes of interpreting the rules as far as those framework/windows are concerned.