Pretty simple, I know (^_^)
Stuck at same point as Dorrulf. Tried:
Getting the Hex color for each of the five circles, then taking the component given by the key (Red Red Green ? Blue), converting to decimal and taking the corresponding letter of the alphabet with case matching the case in the key. Presumably '#' refers to a number, so the output will be three lowercase letters, a number and an uppercase letter
#1642c6 => R = 16(hex) = 22(dec) = v
#06b777 => R = 06(hex) = 06(dec) = f
#ff0b6d => G = 0b(hex) = 11(dec) = k
#000000 => 0 = ?
#49a219 => B = 19(hex) = 25(dec) = Y
(R:22 - v, R:06 - f, G:11 - k, 0 - ?, B:25 - Y =>
This could be another imgur link, but don't know what to put in ?. Tried 0, but that was a dead link
Shot in the dark answer:
Last puzzle is 196 (mb 197), the atomic weight for gold, which is element Au. Au also happens to be the abbreviation for Adobe Audition.
Again, hopeful shot in the dark. Honestly not sure how to use the key to get that value.
1. Follow the link. Image says to check the 'edit' view of the original post.
2. Scrolling all the way to the bottom reveals: [yes]:
3. Modify the original link from https://i.stack.imgur.com/OEtVi.png to https://i.stack.imgur.com/kZ4yX.png
4. This is where we get the key value. Modify the link again using the id value to get: https://i.stack.imgur.com/hynyf.png
5. You should now be at the image I reposted above, along with the Key value. Not sure what to do at this point.
Reasoning for my proposed answer:
I looked at op's profile and discovered they have used adobe products for their answers before. Also, adobe products use icons that look similar to periodic table element values. I figured, based on the title and these things, that maybe the answer was both an element and a hint at some adobe software. My first guess was going to be Ai/Al for aluminium / illustrator (if lower case l = upper case i/I). But, I found Au to more directly fit two cases, and figured I'd make one guess.
Also, it kind of fit the puzzle image I was stuck on in that:
1. 3 values previous to a # could indicate a 3 digit number (which I attributed to the atomic weight of an element. Another reason I didn't go for aluminium).
2. The capital A at the end was the first letter of the elements I was looking at.
Again, big jump with little basis. But I was stuck, so I tried something.