I feel like I'm being awkward but the answer is no
I don't think you're being awkward, many of the things mentioned my DS would not want either and he has a hugely varied diet and good appetite, it does depend on what they go for, what they are fussy with and what they have a true dislike of.
The items you mention she will eat, corn, raisins, figs, they are all quite 'dry' on the outside. Perhaps she likes to try things which are not puree/mush/covered in sauce/gravy??
Although dried fruits are even worse for teeth they are a good source of nutrition, especially if she isn't getting fruit/veg elsewhere in her diet often so I'd continue with those which she wil eat and also add to them with new ones. Getting accustomed to trying new foods may lead to trying more new foods.
I would try dried apricot, prunes, dried apple, possibly even the dried banana chips (banana might make her gag but it could be texture?).
Along the lines of the corn, maybe try some garden peas, beans (plain and 'dry')
Will she eat 'chips'? I make a variety of oven baked root veg served as 'chips' DS knows they are not all potato. Carrot, parsnip, turnip, sweet potato, swede etc My thought is that they too can be 'dry' food.