Image credit: © denis_333 / Adobe Stock
This font is free for personal use and non-profit use.
If you make money from using this font, you must purchase a license.
Please download, install, and test the font before purchasing a license to ensure that it works for your intended use.
The rest of the characters are PUA encoded (what’s this?)
If you are a Mac user, you can access them using Font Book: https://designbundles.net/design-school/access-font-glyphs-mac
If you are a Windows user, you can access them using Character Map: https://designbundles.net/design-school/accessing-glyphs-on-your-pc
PDF Glyph Guide
This guide contains all the special characters in this font that you can copy and paste into you document.
When you paste the glyphs into your document, it might show up as a rectangular box (sometimes blank, with a question mark, or with an X). Just select the boxes and change the font back to A Perfect Place.
Also, keep in mind that if you were to change a bunch of text to these alternates, and then later change the font to something else, the boxes will replace the alternates (since those same alternates would not exist in the other font).
If you encounter any issues with the font, please let me know and I will be happy to help you solve them.