Glad to have been of help, and happy that it is now working with the synaptics driver. I've learned something too. There seems to be a move towards using libinput (in development) over synaptics where it exists it would seem. I've read a couple of Fedora threads and developer discussions describing similar, but hadn't quite connected the dots myself.
I just assumed that your touchpad was not being considered as synaptics compatible. This may help others too.