I'm replacing all the doorknobs in my new house. The new knobs "latch plates" (not sure what the proper term is) are thinner than the old ones, so they sit a bit too deep in the space that was cut out of the door (see image below). Is there any easy way to shim the plate? This is purely for cosmetic reasons (it functions fine as is). Pre-made hardware would be ideal, and maybe I'm just lacking the right search term.
If the latching mechanism is adjustable, then just a few washers behind that plate will bring it out. Your home store will also have shim sets.
If the latching mechanism isn't adjustable and can't be moved out, then you have to find a round hole strike plate that will fit over your "latch plate" to fill in the space. You'll need something like the one below but you'll have to check dimensions.