Looking through the meta, I can only seem to find posts about people dissatisfied with problem player questions, so I'll ask here. I've always understood the problem-players tag as the tag you use when someone at the table is being...well, a problem player. "That guy" or meta-gamers or what have you.
While reading this question, I felt as if the question involved a player, but wasn't about them. I went to edit out the tag, but when I actually read the tag, it seemed it had a more broad umbrella than I had thought. It reads:
Participants in an RPG who, for whatever reason, contribute to difficulty running the game.
For the question at hand, it makes sense. A player is contributing to the difficulty of running the game by being creative (MacGyverism, so to speak).
Is this the correct usage of the problem-players tag? Or is it as I suspected, where the problem-player is more about misbehaving? How do we use it?