I recently came across this question, which seemed like it arose from a relatively simple misunderstanding of how Ethereum works. The sole answer seemed to assume a greater degree of understanding Ethereum than appropriate to the question. Another user had placed a bounty on it claiming it hadn't received enough attention.
I provided an answer which I thought addressed the original question as asked.
The user who posted the bounty (nominally different from the OP) then changed the question to be about setting instead of getting information in a specific wallet UI, and not the same wallet UI as the OP had asked about.
While I recognize we have the Investor and Altruist badge to encourage bounties on others' questions, does offering a bounty give more license to significantly change the essence of a question, especially while the bounty is live?
From an answerer's perspective I would think that substantial edits to questions during bounty periods would be discouraged, but from the bounty-poster's perspective it might make sense to be more permissive in helping that poster get the answers they're actually looking for, whether or not the question originally asked does a good job of eliciting those answers.