How do I hi-light root persons in a one name Study?

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Lindqvist was a commonly chosen non-patronymic Swedish name. In my case it was chosen when my relative joined the priesthood in the 17th century. I would like to make such root individuals easy to identify in the name list in my one name study. How may I do this?
in WikiTree Tech by Norm Lindquist G2G6 Mach 6 (62.2k points)

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Place a double equal sign with out a space at front and back of the name to make it bold like this, ==Name==
by David Selman G2G Astronaut (1.1m points)
edited by David Selman
But I can not edit the list of names in my study
I looked at your one name study but did not see a list of names. Post a link to the one name study and the list of names so I can see what you are referring too,

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