[Solved] Mouse right click doesn't works

The right click on my laptop (Asus UX330C) doesn’t works under Silverblue but works under my installed Fedora 29 version (without any specific setup).
Do you have an idea of what could cause this problem please?

Probably related to the default gesture behavior since Gnome 3.28:

All touchpads now use a gesture for secondary click (the equivalent to right click on a mouse) by default. To use the gesture, keep one finger in contact with the touchpad and tap with another finger. In many cases this replaces tapping areas of the touchpad as the default secondary click method. A choice between the two behaviors is available in the Tweaks application.


Thanks @basvdlei !
On my laptop the gesture is a little bit different, but I’ve found it, it’s a tap with 2 fingers.