Visual FoxPro forms not identical to converted C#.NET forms

We are creating hundreds of C#.NET forms by reading the VFP source and writing the .cs code.

The height, width, top, and bottom of all objects are identical.  The font is identical (exception MS Sans Serif is changed to Microsoft Sans Serif.  Also same font size.

The spacing and size of the objects are slightly different.  Enough to make a mess when the objects(labels, textboxes) are close together.

We need them to be identical. Any suggestions?
weswilsonOwnerAsked:
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
The only programmatic approach: take a complex form where this happens. Then measure each difference introduced by which component (spacing, padding, box model) and adjust the converter.

But I don't think this is a big problem: You need to test each form anyway. Thus repairing this during the tests is imho a viable way. Especially - as I guess - one of the goals is to modernize the application.
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