Can't use my touchpad right click in Fedora 37 XFCE

As i looked up online i see that people have the recurring problem of not being able to right click with their touchpad, most of these people are using Gnome as their Desktop Environment, so they solve it by change to the fingers style of clicking, but this didn’t worked for me. When i was using arch i solved this problem by installing the xf86-input-synaptics package, but this package does’nt exist in the fedora repos.

Can someone help me?

I am running Fedora 37 with Xfce on a Lenovo Thinkpad X201 and I am able to right-click by tapping with two fingers. Works without any problems, very consistently. I never have to use the right click buttons which on this machine still exists.

(It’s the same way I right click on my T450s with Gnome)