In Altium, the (not so) obvious way was to set the Fiducial component type to "Standard (No BOM)", but this also prevents them from showing up in the Pick&Place output.
I could set the type so "Standard" and manually add a filter in the BOM each time, but that is far from ideal. The filter does not support using a negative mask (like: "hide all where designator contains FD*) and its cumbersome.
The preferred way would be if the behavior is tied to the Fiducial component itself.
Does the typical manufacturer actually care if Fiducials appear in the P&P data or not? (the last one cried at me for not having them in the P&P data). But isn't the same extra step required if you have a panelized design with "extra" Fiducials on the panel which have no reference coordinate with respect to the board?
Am I missing some easy way to achieve it?
How do you do it?