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No. You are wrong (if you want to start a flame what I do not wnat).

Most stock printers do not deal properly with this bridging. I have printer which is able to do it and have another one which is not.
It depends on the external temperature (actually here is 35 deg Celsius), depends on the material cooling, depends on the speed.
Yes you are right it is possible if you have enough money, time, etc to play with and you want to be proud that you are able...
It is far more complicatred then slicer settings. Please look around what types of printers people have and what quality could be achieved.

And you can easily make many people feel sick because of their printers are not able to do it. If you want ...