# SCALE proportionately by TYPING?

Is there a way to SCALE proportionately by TYPING in a number for X then Y and Z will also scale rather than typing the S key and dragging with the mouse.
For example if I wanted to change the size of this part to have a value of X equaling 49, then Y and Z scale would change proportionally.

Hi icebowl,
this same question was asked just a couple days ago. Hereâ€™s the link:

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What I never mentioned in that other thread is that once you drag down, then drag across all in one motion you can hold down Ctrl and the first part of the number (before the decimal point) will step up or down 1.
Hold down Ctrl and Shift after starting the dragging and the first digit after the decimal point steps up or down 1.
Holding down Shift BEFORE starting dragging changes the second digit after the decimal point.
Just Shift will do the usual smaller steps.
So you can do whole numbers, 10ths and 100ths by dragging.
This stepping Â± 1 only works on the top (x) number. The Y and Z proportionally match the X rather than stepping. I have to mention that because otherwise someone will look at the Y changing and complain that its not working. lol.

Wow - I just realized you can drag up from the Z so the other two are proportional to it. Niceâ€¦

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Just have a look here : User Interface â†’ Interface Controls-> Fields â†’ Number Fields â†’ Multi-Value Editingâ€¦

Thatâ€™s all folksâ€¦

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Well. This will give me something to work on today Thank you!

This is also something i miss out.

Multiple editing,does not allow a numeric input, (so to the other match proportionally), altough it allows to scale proportionally with precision, (using ctrl, ctrl+shift, as usual) Also is not possible to link only X and Z.

Would be great to just input a value and the other be adjusted proportionally

It has been a while, but maybe this can still be helpful:

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