If you want to change how Kigo is conﬁgured you can do that by navigating to the menu and clicking on the action.
You should now see the conﬁguration dialog as shown in the screenshot below. You can reach it also by pressing the key combination Alt+S followed by Alt+C.
Kigo is extremely ﬂexible and can be customized as much as you like. You are able to change positions and size of all dock widgets next to the central play area. You can also customize the toolbar if you want to have diﬀerent actions accessible there. To do this just click on the menu and choose . The same is possible for all shortcuts in the game. If you want to have the maximum space available for the game ﬁeld you can even hide the toolbar and most dock widgets in the menu.
The most important aspect here is the Go engine backend conﬁguration. Kigo needs a valid backend to function properly. As you can see in the screenshot below, it used GnuGo by default. The little light next to the engine command shines green if everything works ﬁne. If this is not the case or if you want to use a diﬀerent Go backend, you should install a diﬀerent Go engine which can speak the GnuGo Text Procotol (GTP) and set its command and parameters accordingly. Details about this step should be found in the corresponding Go engine documentation.