Differentiating Parent from Child in New UX
The classic UX provides both indentation and bolding of the Parent Hierarchy when we publish a module dimensioned by Hierarchical lists. See example: The Auto-map Line is a Parent item, bolded and indented to the right while the others are Child items.
The new UX doesn't bold the parent and thus the end-user might find it difficult to differentiate between the two levels.
Do you have any interesting/clever ways to differentiate between the two levels?