Issue: I opened PSD file in Adobe Photoshop and I don’t see any slices.
1. Please make sure that the file you opened is a PSD file. Windows by default hides known file type extensions. To enable the file extensions display please go to Control Panel > Folder Options click View tab and uncheck Hide extensions for known file types
As a result you’ll see the file extensions after the file names. Make sure the extension in .PSD. Template PSD files are located in the template "sources/psd" folder.
2. When you opened .PSD file with Adobe Photoshop click View navigation menu item and select Shows > Slices.
If you’ve done everything right you should see the the sliced PSD file. Learn more about working with slices
Yes I can see slices but not all of them
1. Some slices can be hidden. You need to bring them to front. Learn more on how to bring slices to front
2. If you have several .PSD files in the template "sources/psd" folder please search for the main layout slices in the first PSD file. It can be named 01_home.psd or main.psd etc. The design of all pages is the same so slices can be found only in the first file.