On (2006) toolbar, (2010) wikieditor toolbar, probably 2017 VisualEditor source editing the toggle buttons for CodeMirror need to tell the current state.
Blind users are not able to distinguish between a black or blue icon.
Currently it is always described like title="syntax highlighting" etc.
It needs to be labeled title="activate syntax …" or title="deactivate syntax …" or something like that in various translations. This explains what will happen when toggling the state, and it allows to conclude what the current state is. A blind user is not able to see whether the edit area is coloured. The screen reader is telling them the current button label, but that is always the same.
Those editors use the ⇥ key to navigate from the edit textarea to the summary input field and finally to the [Publish] button. With CodeMirror enabled, ⇥ in edit textarea has another effect and does not navigate any longer through the form. Blind users find themselves in a deadlock and have no idea why, since they cannot see the coloured edit area. This just happened to an editor in German Wikipedia.
The unique system message codemirror-toggle-label needs to be split.