It was established in the other thread that implicit baptism of desire is de fide (Ott; Alphonsus; Trent)
Baptism of desire could mean anything today, the meaning has changed, like the word gay. Implicit Baptism of desire as used today is really something else, it is implicit faith.
To my knowledge OTT does not teach that implicit
baptism of desire is defide. I have seen St. Alphonsus Ligouri teaching that baptism of desire is defide, however, he also teaches that at a minimum the person must believe in the Incarnation and the Holy Trinity (same as St. Thomas Aquinas). Anyone that believes in the Incarnation and the Holy Trinity, complicated subjects which are only learned by accepting God's Grace, would surely also know about baptism and desire it too. Nevertheless, the fact that an OTT or even a saint opines that something is defide does not make it defide.
The debate in the other thread was about salvation for Hindus, Buddhist, Jews etc. by their belief in a God that rewards, which the writer SJ erroneously called implicit baptism of desire.