How to adjust facetted plot strip width with scales='free'?

Following code produce expected bar and facet_strip width in ggplot2 figure. But after it is converted to plotly object, bar width and strip width collapsed. How can I adjust it?

(expected)

(collapsed in plotly... )
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## sample data
df <- tibble(Group=c('A', 'A', 'A', 'B', 'C'),
             Sample=sprintf('S%s', seq(1, 5)),
             Value=seq(1, 5),
             N=c(1, 2, 3, 1, 1))

## ggplot object show expected plots
## (same bar width, differect strip width)
df %>%
    ggplot(aes(x=Sample, y=Value)) +
    geom_col(position='dodge') +
    facet_row(~Group, scales='free_x', space='free') -> g

## ploly dows not show as expected
## (different bar width, same strip width)
htmlwidgets::saveWidget(ggplotly(g), './example.html')

Im find this result so close that you want:

# using you df data

library(ggplot2)
library(plotly)
library(dplyr)

g <- df %>%
  ggplot(aes(x=Sample, y=Value)) +
  geom_col(position='dodge') +
  facet_wrap(~Group, scales='free_x', ncol = 3)

plotly_obj <- ggplotly(g) 

plotly_obj <- plotly_obj %>%
  style(width = 0.4)  # adjust the width as needed

plotly_obj <- plotly_obj %>%
  layout(
    margin = list(l = 40, r = 40, b = 50, t = 20, pad = 4)) # Adjust margins as necessary 

plotly_obj 

Thanks @M_AcostaCH!

I am so sorry but I am realized that I uploaded inappropriate examples. I will create new issue. Thanks!