Dear Mario Gielissen,
Your question is good. Finally I find out your solution.
Please follow below step
1. Create css file and write below code.
your_module_name > static > src > css > my_custom_css.css
2. Define css file in template
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<template id="assets_backend" name="your_module_name assets" inherit_id="web.assets_backend">
<xpath expr="." position="inside">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="/your_module_name/static/src/css/my_custom_css.css"/>
3. Define template in __openerp__.py file.
4. Now you can apply css in tree view
<tree string="any name" class="my_custom_css">
class attribute works on tree tag.
This effect you can see only that field which you define in css file.
Hope this code may be helpful for you.
Let me know if any problem.
You can use fonts attribute in the tree tag to specify which record to be bold: you can check the sale view as example.
If you need just one field to be bold, I think you need to define a css class and use the class in your view e.g <field name='start_date' class='your_class_name'/>
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