I am not sure where to find this kind of ideal allocation info.
There is no such thing as "ideal" nor do we recommend specific allocations.
You wrote not to exceed 7% of dietary calories in saturated fat, but I am wondering if you have an ideal percentage.
The recommendation is to keep the percentage of calories from saturated fat to under 7% and under 5% may be even better.
If your 1.1% Omega 3 and 4.4% for Omega 6 are ideal percentages
They are only recommendations.
then that covers 5.5% of dietary calories for polyunsaturated fat. If I can just get the info for ideal monounsaturated fat and ideal saturated fat (if the 7% is really a maximum rather than ideal), then I can add those up to see what your ideal fat percentage of calories is and then calculate what percentage each of the three fats (saturated, monounsaturated, polyunsaturated) comes out to with respect to total fat eaten in a day.
This is not how we recommend you follow the program. You will never find me or Dr McDougall discussing these numbers in regard to the way you are asking for them. Therefore, if you would like to follow the program, please take some time to learn the basic principles, guidelines and recommendations of the program, all of which are available here for free. There is a free 12 Day program on the main site.