I took my MacBook Air offline and put it to sleep. After some 4 hours, I opened the lid, entered the password wrongly, corrected it and hit enter. The password field and the "next" arrow were greyed out. This remained for some 10 seconds when I tried clicking on cancel button but nothing happened.Battery was at 35%.
Then I held the power button, it went to whatever state it goes into. I pressed the power button after a minute and logged in normally. A box appears asking if I want to open the applications that were open before the computer restarted because of a problem. I said No. Nothing more than Safari was open as far as I remember. I do have Ps, Acrobat, Lr, Tor VSCode, Spotify and a lot of RAW photos. I am at 15 GB free out of 128. Three windows of Finder opened when I reached the Desktop. Battery at 33%.
I noticed that the menu buttons of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in menu bar exchanged their positions with all others at their original places.
Then I turned on Wi-Fi hotspot in an other android phone and connected both of them to it. I got a notification on my iPhone about my Apple ID being used somewhere but I didn't read it completely and pressed the only button shown "OK" by mistake.
Then to open Safari, I pressed cmd + space bar, typed "Sa" and it took time as it was indexing. I waited for the process to complete(for no reason).
Year and a half old MacBook Air running MacOS 10.14.2.
How to change the position of the aforementioned icons?
Expected behaviour would be:
1 Smooth login
2 Icons as they were
3 No notification on my iPhone as I have done the same sleep wake cycle so many times already.
4 No indexing time in spotlight as no major changes on disk were made.