There are many, many unanswered questions asking if features exist or if certain behaviors are possible.
For cases where features don't (yet) exist, but have plans to add them or such promising information, I'll add a comment. If there is a working patch or some way to get the desired behavior/result, I'll add an answer.
However, if there are no plans (that I know about) to add such features, I just leave it.
It seems to me that most other users are doing pretty much the same things.
Since having a lot of unanswered questions is not good for our stats, should we start answering these questions with "no, xy isn't possible atm"? Or will this not really help as such answers don't seem likely to be upvoted or accepted?
How should we handle these questions?