# Why isn't there the possibility of closing a question for being off-topic?

This question is probably a duplicate, but since I was unable to find one, here it goes.

On any other Stack Exchange site that I use, if you click the Close link under a question and then you choose A community-specific reason, the first option that you get is that the question is not within the scope of that site. In our case, that would mean that the question is not TeX-related. However, our first option is that the problem is not reproducible or that it is due to a typographical error. And there isn't the option of closing for not being within the scope of our site. Of course, an user can always choose the Other - add a comment option (and many do), but why isn't it part of the canned options?