@Tobias
If(!) the button, or better yet the label, is css targettable, you can 
possibly style the label to (1) not show and (2) add a pseudo :after 
element with content:"Foo".
The content property is - if(!) usable here - IMO particularly suitable 
because it is made to show pure text strings, which labels typically are.

<:-)

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